Wolfgang Fritz Rump

M, b. 1 December 1937
FatherGustav Karl Fritz Rump b. 14 Jun 1906, d. 10 Aug 1976
MotherLuise Amalie Robiller b. 17 Oct 1908, d. 15 May 1985
     Wolfgang Fritz Rump was born on 1 December 1937 in Elbing, West Prussia, Germany.1 He was baptized on 25 December 1937 in St. Nickolei Church, Elbing. He witnessed the miscellaneous event of Luise Amalie Robiller on 11 October 1944 at Elbing; photographed with her children for a Christmas picture for her husband on 11 October 1944.2
Wolfgang Fritz Rump went for emigration medical checks on 5 June 1951 to Wentorf, Hamburg, DEU; As best as I recall we had to go to this camp for medical tests before we were ever approved for immigration. This seems to have taken place in June and December of 1951. A blood test was given on the the 5th and X-Rays on the 6th.3 He emigrated on 4 March 1952 from Bremerhaven; USS Gen. Sturgis.4 He immigrated on 12 March 1952; Arrived in New York with parents on the USS General SD Sturgis. He witnessed the immigration of Gustav Karl Fritz Rump and Luise Amalie Robiller on 12 March 1952; For some reason I always thought that we arrived on Mar. 15th but my father's notes take precedence on this until I find out otherwise.5 Wolfgang Fritz Rump witnessed the residence of Gustav Karl Fritz Rump and Luise Amalie Robiller on 15 March 1952 at 5009 N. 3rd Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA; We lived at Theodore Ellerkamp's cleaning store in the back. Later, in an appartment on the second floor.6
Wolfgang Fritz Rump was educated between September 1952 and June 1956 at Northeast Catholic High School, Philadelphia, PA. He witnessed the residence of Gustav Karl Fritz Rump and Luise Amalie Robiller between 1 September 1952 and 1953 at 2817 N. Lawrence Street, Philadelphia, PA; Here we lived with a German-Hungarian man who needed help with housework and cooking because he had lost both his legs above the knees due to gangrene. My parents were able to save every penny they earned because they had to pay no rent. All we had to do was take care of this man and his house. Within two years they had enough money saved up for a downpayment on a house further north in a better neighborhood in St Henry's parish where I had gone to school anyway. We also belonged to that parish and went to church there.7 Wolfgang Fritz Rump was 18 as of October 1956. He began military service on 16 October 1956 at South Phila, Philadelphia, PA; I registered for the draft, five days after my 18th birthday, on Dec. 6, 1955. The draft board was located at: Local Board No. 134, 5th Floor, Phila. Nat. Bank Bldg., 3207 Kensington Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19134

At the time I weighed 150 pounds, blond hair, medium complexion, height 5'11"

My selective service number was: 36 134 37 344 and my place of residence at the time was with my parents at 4357 N. 4th St in Phila.8 He witnessed Basic Training for 8 weeks between 23 October 1956 and December 1956 at Ft Jackson, SC.9 He was also known as W. Fred Rump; After service in the US Army (Oct 1956 to Oct 1959) entering the workplace created its own problems with the name WOLFGANG. It came out as almost being a member of the wolf gang. Spelling Wolfgang was also a problem for many people. W. Fred and the use of Fred as a normal given name was therefore an easier path to take. It became a gradual conversion and by the 1970s everyone knew me as Fred. He and Maria Elizabeth Vogel were on 6 January 1959; Postal card written at the train station on the way back from a rendevouz with Marlies. Wolfgang Fritz Rump ended military service on 15 October 1959 at Ft Dix, NJ; Discharged at Ft Dix, NJ with rank of PFC E-3, Regular Army No.: RA 13 594 716.10 He was educated in 1960 at Pennsylvania State University, Ogontz Campus, PA; I attended for two semesters to brush up on my mathematics. I did phenomenal with 100 point averages in College Algebra and Trigonometry. The courses were taught with the idea of getting into Calculus and their regular Physics program which would lead to an Associate Degree. After a 95% and a 100% grade, I thought I was ready for prime time and gegistered at La Salle College.11 He was also known as Wolfgang Fred Rump; This became my official name at naturalization when they ask you which name you wish or if you wish to make any changes. So Fritz became Fred.12 He was naturalized on 2 March 1960 at US District Court House, Philadelphia, PA; Fritz was officially changed to Fred. Later difficulties with Wolfgang also begat the use of W. Fred as the officially used given name.12 He married Maria Elizabeth Vogel, daughter of Heinrich Vogel and Maria Elisabeth Hedwick Behne, on 30 April 1960 at St Henry Parish, Philadelphia, PA; Philadelphia Gazette-Demokrat, 30. April, 1960

F. Rump und E. Vogel

Am heutigen Samstag vormittag um 10 Uhr findet in der katholischen St. Heinrichs-Kirche die feierliche Trauung statt von Fräulein Elisabeth Vogel mit Herrn Wolfgang Fred Rump, Sohn des Schneidermeisters Fritz Rump und seiner Ehefrau. Um 5 Uhr nachmittags findet im Kolpinghaus, 5400 Rising Sun Ave., ein großer Empfang statt.2
Wolfgang Fritz Rump was educated in 1963 at La Salle University; Started night school - Electronic Physics. He witnessed the baptism of Bernhard Fredrick Rump on 11 November 1968 at St Dominic Church (Frankford Ave), Philadelphia, PA; approx. Date not verified.13 Wolfgang Fritz Rump was educated in June 1969 at La Salle University, Philadelphia, PA; Graduated w/honors 1st in class; BA History, concentration in German History. He resided in 1971 at Beverly, Burlington, NJ. As of 1971, the address of Wolfgang Fritz Rump and Maria Elizabeth Vogel was 26 Warren St, Beverly, Burlington, NJ.
Wolfgang Fritz Rump was an NCR meeting
I visit the area and for the first see the desert. Short hop into Mexico to buy a dress for Marlies which she never wore. Also brought plants home.
Postcard from Balboa Park: The California Tower overlooks the colorful Alcazar Gardens and forms a dramatic and ornate landmark for all of the lush beauties of Balboa Park.
Comments:
Hi my Loves!
The weather here is well - absolutely lousy. No rain, but it always looks that way. Haven't seen the sun yet. Temp. is in the low 60s. 20 miles from here in the desert it's 105. Wierd ha? I'll call you just when I get back. I might have to stop in Chicago first. See you Daddy, Vati, Wolf usw
Schöne Grüße on 15 May 1973 at San Diego, CA. He witnessed the education of Bernhard Fredrick Rump from 1 September 1973 to 7 June 1974 at Stees School, Beverly City, NJ; Bernie wanted to play. The school wanted otherwise and difficulties arose with corrective action like having to stand in a closet and such. He did make it through pre-school though and his diploma can be seen under exhibits. Wolfgang Fritz Rump witnessed the stillbirth of Maria Elizabeth Vogel on 6 February 1975 at Rancocas Hospital, Willingboro; After a difficult pregnancy a male baby was still born at Rancocas Hospital.2 Wolfgang Fritz Rump witnessed the burial of Maria Elizabeth Vogel on 7 February 1975 at Monument Cemetery, Edgewater Park; Stillbirth of a boy.14 Wolfgang Fritz Rump witnessed the naturalization of Maria Elizabeth Vogel on 24 July 1981 at US District Court House, Camden, NJ.15 Wolfgang Fritz Rump witnessed the burial of Luise Amalie Robiller on 18 May 1985 at Rockledge, Abington Township, Montgomery, PA; Death notice published Thursday, May 16, 1985 in the Philadelphia Inquirer:
RUMP
Louise A. (nee Robiller)on May 15, 1985, age 76 years, wife of the late Fritz and beloved mother of W. Fred Rump and mother-in-law of Marlies; also survived by 4 grandchildren, Angela Nadeau, Bernard Rump, Regina Merder and Martin Merder, a sister Anni Koehler (in Germany). Relatives and friends, members of the Kolping Society are invited to her funeral, Sat (5/18/1985) 8:30 AM at the Rempfer Funeral Home, 4405-07 N 5th St. Mass of Christian Burial, Church of St Henry, 9:30 A.M. Internment Lawnview Cemetery. Friends may call Friday evening after 7PM.16 Wolfgang Fritz Rump was attended 3 day Genetech meeting in Dallas on 26 January 1995 at Harvey Hotel, Dallas, TX. He witnessed the miscellaneous event of Helga Edith Maria Westendorf between 11 December 1995 and 21 December 1995; Visit to NY & Philadelphia. Helga roamed around NY on her own seeing the musical CATS and many other interesting things. She then took the bus to Westhampton were we picked her up to spend a few days in Beverly. On 12/18 we took a ride to Philly and visited the Franklin Mills mall for some shopping.17 Wolfgang Fritz Rump witnessed happy birthday on 1 December 2014. He witnessed Happy Birthday on 1 December 2015.

Family

Maria Elizabeth Vogel b. 8 Jul 1938
Children

Citations

  1. [S206] Wolfgang Fritz Rump, copy from Polish archive in Elblag, in safe box at home (unknown file date).
  2. [S141] Interview, unknown informant.
  3. [S58] Unknown volume, Medical record for tests at the Wentorf resettlement camp: E.C. No. 538 515, unknown repository.
  4. [S141] Interview, unknown informant, I was there.
  5. [S53] Autobiography of Fritz Rump, 1952.
  6. [S57] Interview, Wolfgang Fritz Rump, of Fred Rump.
  7. [S57] Interview, Wolfgang Fritz Rump, fred.
  8. [S55] Unknown subject, Selective Service System, Registration Certificate, (SSS Form No. 2), Duplicate Card.
  9. [S57] Interview, Wolfgang Fritz Rump, Basic Training.
  10. [S56] Unknown subject, Certificate of Service, Armed Forces of the United States.
  11. [S57] Interview, Wolfgang Fritz Rump, Penn State.
  12. [S100] Unknown author, US Citizenship Papers.
  13. [S141] Interview, unknown informant, Fred.
  14. [S1] Interview, unknown informant.
  15. [S100] Unknown author, US Citizenship Papers, Copy in safe box at home.
  16. [S105] Unknown author, Philadelphia Inquirer, Obituary page, Thursday, May 16, 1985, Obituary.
  17. [S11] Interview, unknown informant, 12/19/95.

Maria Elizabeth Vogel

F, b. 8 July 1938
FatherHeinrich Vogel b. 12 Nov 1898, d. 18 May 1980
MotherMaria Elisabeth Hedwick Behne b. 1 Feb 1913, d. 23 Jun 1954
     Her married name was Rump. Maria Elizabeth Vogel was born on 8 July 1938 at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, DEU; Geburtsregister Nr. 66/1938 of the Standesamt Essen. She was baptized on 12 July 1938 at St Batholomäus Kirche, Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, DEU. She witnessed Her mother died on 23 June 1954. She and Wolfgang Fritz Rump were on 6 January 1959; Postal card written at the train station on the way back from a rendevouz with Marlies. Maria Elizabeth Vogel was homemaker in 1960. She witnessed the naturalization of Wolfgang Fritz Rump on 2 March 1960 at US District Court House, Philadelphia, PA; Fritz was officially changed to Fred. Later difficulties with Wolfgang also begat the use of W. Fred as the officially used given name.1 Maria Elizabeth Vogel married Wolfgang Fritz Rump, son of Gustav Karl Fritz Rump and Luise Amalie Robiller, on 30 April 1960 at St Henry Parish, Philadelphia, PA; Philadelphia Gazette-Demokrat, 30. April, 1960

F. Rump und E. Vogel

Am heutigen Samstag vormittag um 10 Uhr findet in der katholischen St. Heinrichs-Kirche die feierliche Trauung statt von Fräulein Elisabeth Vogel mit Herrn Wolfgang Fred Rump, Sohn des Schneidermeisters Fritz Rump und seiner Ehefrau. Um 5 Uhr nachmittags findet im Kolpinghaus, 5400 Rising Sun Ave., ein großer Empfang statt.2
As of 1971, the address of Maria Elizabeth Vogel and Wolfgang Fritz Rump was 26 Warren St, Beverly, Burlington, NJ.
Maria Elizabeth Vogel witnessed the education of Bernhard Fredrick Rump from 1 September 1973 to 7 June 1974 at Stees School, Beverly City, NJ; Bernie wanted to play. The school wanted otherwise and difficulties arose with corrective action like having to stand in a closet and such. He did make it through pre-school though and his diploma can be seen under exhibits. Maria Elizabeth Vogel was stillborn on 6 February 1975 at Rancocas Hospital, Willingboro; After a difficult pregnancy a male baby was still born at Rancocas Hospital.2 She was buried on 7 February 1975 at Monument Cemetery, Edgewater Park; Stillbirth of a boy.3 She was naturalized on 24 July 1981 at US District Court House, Camden, NJ.4 She witnessed the burial of Luise Amalie Robiller on 18 May 1985 at Rockledge, Abington Township, Montgomery, PA; Death notice published Thursday, May 16, 1985 in the Philadelphia Inquirer:
RUMP
Louise A. (nee Robiller)on May 15, 1985, age 76 years, wife of the late Fritz and beloved mother of W. Fred Rump and mother-in-law of Marlies; also survived by 4 grandchildren, Angela Nadeau, Bernard Rump, Regina Merder and Martin Merder, a sister Anni Koehler (in Germany). Relatives and friends, members of the Kolping Society are invited to her funeral, Sat (5/18/1985) 8:30 AM at the Rempfer Funeral Home, 4405-07 N 5th St. Mass of Christian Burial, Church of St Henry, 9:30 A.M. Internment Lawnview Cemetery. Friends may call Friday evening after 7PM.5 Maria Elizabeth Vogel witnessed the miscellaneous event of Helga Edith Maria Westendorf between 11 December 1995 and 21 December 1995; Visit to NY & Philadelphia. Helga roamed around NY on her own seeing the musical CATS and many other interesting things. She then took the bus to Westhampton were we picked her up to spend a few days in Beverly. On 12/18 we took a ride to Philly and visited the Franklin Mills mall for some shopping.6

Family

Wolfgang Fritz Rump b. 1 Dec 1937
Children

Citations

  1. [S100] Unknown author, US Citizenship Papers.
  2. [S141] Interview, unknown informant.
  3. [S1] Interview, unknown informant.
  4. [S100] Unknown author, US Citizenship Papers, Copy in safe box at home.
  5. [S105] Unknown author, Philadelphia Inquirer, Obituary page, Thursday, May 16, 1985, Obituary.
  6. [S11] Interview, unknown informant, 12/19/95.

Angela Maria Rump

F, b. 4 March 1961
FatherWolfgang Fritz Rump b. 1 Dec 1937
MotherMaria Elizabeth Vogel b. 8 Jul 1938
     Her married name was Nadeau. Angela Maria Rump was born on 4 March 1961 at Philadelphia, PA. She was baptized on 18 March 1961 at St Henry Parish, Philadelphia, PA.1 She witnessed the burial of Maria Elizabeth Vogel on 7 February 1975 at Monument Cemetery, Edgewater Park; Stillbirth of a boy.2 Angela Maria Rump was After college graduation Angela went on a trip to the World's Fair with her fiancee, Rick Nadeau: postcard

Mom, Dad & Bernie,
We're having a super time. It rained (heavily) when we 1st got here but the weather has been georgeous since. I climbed my 1st mountain yesterday and wil attack another tomorrow. Even though all the moans and groans, I MADE IT! The fair is huge and very interesting. We've only seen 1/4 of it so far but have the rest of today and all day Tues.
See you soon
Love, your college graduate
Ange (& Rick) on 30 May 1982 at World's Fair Station, Knoxville, TN. She married Richard George Nadeau, son of Dr. Richard George Nadeau and Joan Vivian Parent, on 28 May 1983 at St Bernadette Church, Northfield, NJ. Angela Maria Rump was Postcard from Honeymoon in Europe. (Blick vom Münster auf Münsterplatz und Kaufhaus)
Dear Family,
Sorry that my last card was somewhat strange but consider the source. After Wien we left for a Gasthaus on the outskirts of the city. It was very relaxing out in the country. Yesterday we drove through the Schwarzwald to Freiburg. (and I'm still here!) Tomorrow we may stay in Rheims in Champagne.
Love Ang & Rick in June 1983 at Freiburg im Breisgau. She witnessed the burial of Luise Amalie Robiller on 18 May 1985 at Rockledge, Abington Township, Montgomery, PA; Death notice published Thursday, May 16, 1985 in the Philadelphia Inquirer:
RUMP
Louise A. (nee Robiller)on May 15, 1985, age 76 years, wife of the late Fritz and beloved mother of W. Fred Rump and mother-in-law of Marlies; also survived by 4 grandchildren, Angela Nadeau, Bernard Rump, Regina Merder and Martin Merder, a sister Anni Koehler (in Germany). Relatives and friends, members of the Kolping Society are invited to her funeral, Sat (5/18/1985) 8:30 AM at the Rempfer Funeral Home, 4405-07 N 5th St. Mass of Christian Burial, Church of St Henry, 9:30 A.M. Internment Lawnview Cemetery. Friends may call Friday evening after 7PM.3 Angela Maria Rump was VP of Sales & Marketing, CompuData, Inc. between 1990 and 1991. She was (an unknown value) on 20 March 1996 at Ex Vice President, CompuData, Inc., Philadelphia.

Family

Richard George Nadeau b. 23 Nov 1959
Children

Citations

  1. [S101] Unknown author, Baptismal Certificate for Angela Maria Rump
    , not sure of date.
  2. [S1] Interview, unknown informant.
  3. [S105] Unknown author, Philadelphia Inquirer, Obituary page, Thursday, May 16, 1985, Obituary.
  4. [S141] Interview, unknown informant, I was there.

Bernhard Fredrick Rump

M, b. 8 November 1968
FatherWolfgang Fritz Rump b. 1 Dec 1937
MotherMaria Elizabeth Vogel b. 8 Jul 1938
     Bernhard Fredrick Rump was born on 8 November 1968 at Philadelphia, PA. He was baptized on 11 November 1968 at St Dominic Church (Frankford Ave), Philadelphia, PA; approx. Date not verified.1 He was educated from 1 September 1973 to 7 June 1974 at Stees School, Beverly City, NJ; Bernie wanted to play. The school wanted otherwise and difficulties arose with corrective action like having to stand in a closet and such. He did make it through pre-school though and his diploma can be seen under exhibits. He witnessed the naturalization of Maria Elizabeth Vogel on 24 July 1981 at US District Court House, Camden, NJ.2 Bernhard Fredrick Rump witnessed the burial of Luise Amalie Robiller on 18 May 1985 at Rockledge, Abington Township, Montgomery, PA; Death notice published Thursday, May 16, 1985 in the Philadelphia Inquirer:
RUMP
Louise A. (nee Robiller)on May 15, 1985, age 76 years, wife of the late Fritz and beloved mother of W. Fred Rump and mother-in-law of Marlies; also survived by 4 grandchildren, Angela Nadeau, Bernard Rump, Regina Merder and Martin Merder, a sister Anni Koehler (in Germany). Relatives and friends, members of the Kolping Society are invited to her funeral, Sat (5/18/1985) 8:30 AM at the Rempfer Funeral Home, 4405-07 N 5th St. Mass of Christian Burial, Church of St Henry, 9:30 A.M. Internment Lawnview Cemetery. Friends may call Friday evening after 7PM.3 Bernhard Fredrick Rump was also known as Rumpf; Bernie took a new name at his marriage. There was heated discussion about this with his parents. The initial name was ging to be Deming-Rump or just Deming. The reason for all this was that Rump would be too burdensome for their children. Bernie's father suggested that adding and H or an F to the end of the name would do the same job and this was accepted as a valid alternative.4 He married Rebecca Grace Deming, daughter of Mr Donald Deming, on 26 September 1998 at St Mattews Lutheran Church, Moorestown, Burlington, NJ.5

Family

Rebecca Grace Deming b. 27 May 1973
Children

Citations

  1. [S141] Interview, unknown informant, Fred.
  2. [S100] Unknown author, US Citizenship Papers, Copy in safe box at home.
  3. [S105] Unknown author, Philadelphia Inquirer, Obituary page, Thursday, May 16, 1985, Obituary.
  4. [S141] Interview, unknown informant.
  5. [S141] Interview, unknown informant, Rebecca.

Gustav Karl Fritz Rump

M, b. 14 June 1906, d. 10 August 1976
FatherFriedrich Theodore Karl Wienrich b. 29 Nov 1875, d. 9 Oct 1936
MotherCatherina Johanna Sophie Hämmerer b. 9 Dec 1880, d. 23 Nov 1964
     Gustav Karl Fritz Rump was born on 14 June 1906 at Neustadt, Kreis Ilfeld/Harz, Thuringia, Germany. He was baptized on 29 October 1906 at Domkirche, Nordhausen, Harz, Germany; (Wienrich.) He was also known as Fritz; (Fritz was the so-called Rufname or common name.)1 He was educated between 1912 and 1920 at the Volksschule in at Volksschule, Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany; Dad described his elementary education simply as: 'from my 7th to my 15th year I went to the Volksschule in Essen'.2 He was where my father spent his 4 years of apprenticeship to learn to become a tailor. He graduated at Eastertime. between April 1921 and April 1925 at Gebrüder Lülfesmann, Schiphors Straße 2, Quakenbrück, Hannover, DEU.3 He was beginning his tour of being a journeyman tailor here and there in Bavaria. between 7 June 1925 and December 1925 at München, Bayern, DEU.4 He was Journeyman at Schneidermeister Filsener. in 1926 at Kaufbäuren, Algäu, Bayern, DEU.5 He was Journeyman in 1926 at Aufkirch, Kreis Schöngau, Bayern, DEU.5 He was Worked for 3 months in Tenningen near Freiburg im Breisgau as a journeyman tailor. in 1927 at Tenningen, Emmendingen, DEU.6 He was Three months of journeyman's work was spent here at Schneidermeister Kapp. work was done mostly for the local seminary. in 1927 at Freising, Bayern, DEU.6 He was a journeyman for three years for Schneidermeister Friedrich Ehemann. It was also during this time period that my dad met my mother on a cruise in the Frisches Haff on the way to Kalberg, a resort on the strip of land separating the Baltic sea from the in land sea (Frisches Haff). between 1927 and 1930 at Marienburg, Westpreußen, DEU.7 He was worked three more years for Schneidermeister Paul Weber who had his business on the Heiligengeist Straße between 1930 and 1933 at Elbing, Westpreußen, DEU.8 He and Luise Amalie Robiller resided from 1931 to 1935 at 42 Hindenburgstraße, Elbing, Stadtkreis Elbing, Westpreußen; In 1934 the house was owned by Landwirt (farmer) Kurt Drabe and my parents shared the house with him, Friedrich Lietke and the gardener Hermann Schulz. It was a first appartment for the young married couple and where my sister Anneliese was born.9 Gustav Karl Fritz Rump married Luise Amalie Robiller, daughter of Max Louis Robiller and Louise Amalie Bonin, on 24 December 1931 at St Nickolei Church, Elbing, Ostpreußen, DEU; the marriage ceremony was at 2 PM and was officiated by a Rev. Gurki. Gustav Karl Fritz Rump started his own tailor business in Elbing in December 1933 at at Königsbergerstraße 54, Elbing, Westpreußen, DEU.10 He passed Passed Exam as Master Tailor (Schneidermeister). on in 1935 in at Königsberg, Ostpreußen, DEU.11 He and Luise Amalie Robiller resided between 1936 and 1945 at 97 Tannenberger Allee, Elbing, Stadtkreis Elbing, Westpreußen; The street was earlier called Holländische Chaussee. Gustav Karl Fritz Rump began military service on 17 August 1939 in at Elbing, Ostpreußen, DEU; drafted into the German Wehrmacht Infantry Regiment #400.12 Gustav Karl Fritz Rump was 33 as of 17 August 1939. He was milit Infantry Regiment 400 on 15 September 1939.13 He was milit Army Records still have Fritz in the 400th Inf. Reg. which was part of the 228th Inf Div. The outfit was positioned on the western front from May to June of 1940. The 228th became the 12th Armored Div and was sent to Bohemia-Moravia in Oct. of 1940. As it is, my father was attached to the 1st Infantry Replacement Battalion 400 as per notice of 8/20/1940 in Loetzen. on 28 July 1940.13 He was milit Army records record Fritz Rump in the 1. Infantry (Ersatz) Substitution Batallion 400 headquartered in Lötzen, East Prussia on 20 August 1940 at 1. Inf. Ers. Btl. 400, Lötzen, Ostpreußen.14 He was milit Army records indicate that Fritz is now in the 2. (Ergänzungs) Replacement Infantry Regiment 23 in Lyck on 25 September 1940 at 2. Erg. Inf. Rgt. 23, Lyck, Ostpreußen, DEU.14 He was milit Army records now indicate his assignment to the Landwehr. The Unit was attached to the WK X in Wildeshausen. (Wehrkreis 10?) On 14 January 1941 at 1. Landwehr Schützen Btl. 680.14 He was milit Army Records indicate that he is now a corporal (Gefreiter). There is no indication as to when the promotion took place.      on 14 January 1941.14 He was milit Army records now indicate his assignment to the Landwehr. The Unit was attached to the WK X in Wildeshausen. (Wehrkreis 10?) On 30 March 1942 at 1. Landwehr Schützen Btl. 680.14 He was milit Army Records indicate his current assignment to be in the 2nd Medical Replacement Unit. Apparently he has now become a medic. on 26 February 1943 at Sanitäter Ersatz Abteilung 2, Stettin, Mecklenburg, DEU.14 He was milit Fritz had by now been transferred to the front in Russia. He was assigned to the motorized Medical Field Unit #122 which was attached to the 122nd Infantry Division. The unit was situated in Staraja from April to October of 1943.

In Novemer it moved to Newel, in April of 1944 to Narwa and in Juli it became attached to the Finnish Army in Wiborg. In August and September the unit moved on to Reval and Pernau in Finland and finally in Oct. to Kurland.

. on 1 June 1943 at Feldlazarett 122 (mot), 122. Inf. Div., Staraja, Russia.14 He was milit Army Records now show him in medical unit 2/2 which had become attached to the 12th Panzer Division (12th Armored Div) in Kurland.
on 10 February 1945 at Sanitäter Kompanie 2/2, 12. Panzer Div., Kurland, Lithuania.14 He was milit Dad was part of two German Army Groups who were held in reserve in Courland and who were simply bypassed by the Russians. As the war was lost, these troops surrendered in masse. They were shipped off to the Ural mountains and Siberia were most died of desease and starvation.
/05/1945 at Kurland, Lithuania.15 He ended military service on 20 November 1948 at Gronenfelde (Lage); POW release - After almost 4 years of a harrowing experience and being too weak to work but still alive my father was released weighing only 90 pounds. He had himself discharged to West Germany rather than to where his wife and children were living in Finow near Eberswalde at the time. He was able to do that because he was from Essen/Oldenburg where he grew up. My dad's records show this date to be on the 25th.16,14 He witnessed the miscellaneous event of Wolfgang Fritz Rump on 5 June 1951 at Wentorf, Hamburg, DEU; As best as I recall we had to go to this camp for medical tests before we were ever approved for immigration. This seems to have taken place in June and December of 1951. A blood test was given on the the 5th and X-Rays on the 6th.17 Gustav Karl Fritz Rump witnessed the emigration of Wolfgang Fritz Rump on 4 March 1952 at Bremerhaven; USS Gen. Sturgis.18 Gustav Karl Fritz Rump and Luise Amalie Robiller immigrated on 12 March 1952; For some reason I always thought that we arrived on Mar. 15th but my father's notes take precedence on this until I find out otherwise.19 Gustav Karl Fritz Rump and Luise Amalie Robiller resided on 15 March 1952 at 5009 N. 3rd Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA; We lived at Theodore Ellerkamp's cleaning store in the back. Later, in an appartment on the second floor.20
Gustav Karl Fritz Rump and Luise Amalie Robiller resided between 1 September 1952 and 1953 at 2817 N. Lawrence Street, Philadelphia, PA; Here we lived with a German-Hungarian man who needed help with housework and cooking because he had lost both his legs above the knees due to gangrene. My parents were able to save every penny they earned because they had to pay no rent. All we had to do was take care of this man and his house. Within two years they had enough money saved up for a downpayment on a house further north in a better neighborhood in St Henry's parish where I had gone to school anyway. We also belonged to that parish and went to church there.21 Gustav Karl Fritz Rump and Luise Amalie Robiller resided between 1954 and 1961 at 4357 N. 4th St, Philadelphia, PA.21 Gustav Karl Fritz Rump and Luise Amalie Robiller resided between 1961 and 1976 at 655 Kirkwood Ave., Abington/Phila, Abington, PA; This was my parents' little dream home in the suburbs. They lived there till their deaths.21 Gustav Karl Fritz Rump From my father's own words written on 6/10/73 in connection with an insurance claim to receive retirement benefits from Germany.

I, Fritz Rump, came to Essen/Oldenburg in the first year of my life as the to be adopted son of Bernard Rump. I was born on June 14, 1906 in Neustadt, Kreis Ilfeld. From my 7th to my 15th year I went to the Volksschule (public school) in Essen. I then became a tailor apprentice for four years from 1921 to 1925 at the Brothers Lülfesmann in Quakenbrück/Hannover, Schiphorstsrasse 2.
On Jun 7th, 1925 I started on my journeyman's trip where I worked for many Master Tailors in order to learn my trade. I don't know all the places anymore but during the first two years I worked mostly as a journeyman tailor in the Southern area of Germany. First I spent about a half a year in Munich, then a half year in Aufkirch, Kr. Schöngau and/or Kaufbüren/Algäu, Bavaria. I thought it was Tailormaster Filsener. Then I worked in the old bishop city Freising/Bavaria for about 3 months. I think this was Tailormaster Kapp and we worked for the local Seminary. Then I worked for 3 months in the Black Forest in Tenningen. I think it was Kreis Emmendingen near Freiburg in the Breisgau. I then made my way towards the East and first worked in Marienburg, West Prussia at Tailormaster Friedrich Ehmann for about 3 years until 1930. Then I worked in Elbing, West Prussia, for Mastertailor Paul Weber on the Heiligen Geist Strasse until 1933. I then founded my own business in Dec, 1933 at Königsbergerstrasse 54 in Elbing. All this time I was covered by Social Security.

On Aug. 17, 1939 I was drafted into the German army. My unit was captured by the Russians in 1945 and I spent the next four years as a POW in various camps in Russia. They let me go on 25 Nov. 1948 to Essen/Oldnbg, where I had grown up. I worked there, until I emmigrated to the United States of America on 3/12/52, as an independent master tailor. I was not covered in this latter period (by social security). Today I'm living out my retirement here in America and I would be happy if my request for retirement benefits would be successful. A copy of my discharge paper is included herewith.

Sincerely,
Fritz Rump (655 Kirkwood Ave, Phila, PA 19111) on 6 October 1973.22 He died on 10 August 1976 at Abington Hospital, Montgomery, PA, at age 70. He was buried on 13 August 1976 at Rockledge, Abington Township, Montgomery, PA.

Family

Luise Amalie Robiller b. 17 Oct 1908, d. 15 May 1985
Children

Citations

  1. [S141] Interview, unknown informant.
  2. [S53] Autobiography of Fritz Rump, 1912-1920.
  3. [S53] Autobiography of Fritz Rump, 1921-1925.
  4. [S53] Autobiography of Fritz Rump, 1925.
  5. [S53] Autobiography of Fritz Rump, 1926.
  6. [S53] Autobiography of Fritz Rump, 1927.
  7. [S53] Autobiography of Fritz Rump, 1927-1930.
  8. [S53] Autobiography of Fritz Rump, 1930-1933.
  9. [S191] Anonymous, Einwohner & Adreßbuch der Stadt Elbing.
  10. [S53] Autobiography of Fritz Rump, 1933.
  11. [S53] Autobiography of Fritz Rump, 1935.
  12. [S53] Autobiography of Fritz Rump, 1939.
  13. [S136] Unknown subject, Letter from Deutsche Dienststelle
    fuer die Benachrichtigung der Naechsten Angehoerigen von Gefallenen der ehemaligen deutschen Wehrmacht
    , Army record.
  14. [S136] Unknown subject, Letter from Deutsche Dienststelle
    fuer die Benachrichtigung der Naechsten Angehoerigen von Gefallenen der ehemaligen deutschen Wehrmacht
    , Army Records.
  15. [S53] Autobiography of Fritz Rump, 1945.
  16. [S53] Autobiography of Fritz Rump, 1948.
  17. [S58] Unknown volume, Medical record for tests at the Wentorf resettlement camp: E.C. No. 538 515, unknown repository.
  18. [S141] Interview, unknown informant, I was there.
  19. [S53] Autobiography of Fritz Rump, 1952.
  20. [S57] Interview, Wolfgang Fritz Rump, of Fred Rump.
  21. [S57] Interview, Wolfgang Fritz Rump, fred.
  22. [S53] Autobiography of Fritz Rump, 1973.

Luise Amalie Robiller

F, b. 17 October 1908, d. 15 May 1985
FatherMax Louis Robiller b. 24 Nov 1872, d. 9 Jul 1943
MotherLouise Amalie Bonin b. 15 Sep 1875, d. 15 Jul 1936
     Her married name was Rump. Luise Amalie Robiller was born on 17 October 1908 at Elbing, Westpreußen, DEU; GEBURTSURKUNDE

Nr. 1521

Elbing, am 21 Oktober 1908

Vor dem unterzeichneten Standesbeamten erschien heute, der Persönlichkeit nach bekannt die Hebamme Frau Johanna Menzel,
wohnhaft in Elbing Innerer Mühlendamm Nr. 12 und zeigte an, daß von der Luise Amalie Robiller geborene Bonin,
evangelischer Religion, Ehefrau des Schlosser Max Louis Robiller, evangelischer Religion wohnhaft beim Ehemann in Elbing,
Holländer Chaussee Nr. 40 zu Elbing in der Wohnung des Ehemanns am siebzehnten Oktober des Jahres tausend neunhundert und acht
nachmittags um sieben drei viertel Uhr ein Mädchen geboren worden sei und daß das Kind die Vornamen Luise Amalie erhalten habe.
Die Angezeigte erklärte, daß sie bei der Niederkunft der Frau Robiller zugegen gewesen sei. xxx

Vorgelesen, genehmigt und unterschrieben Johanna Menzel

Der Standesbeamte
Zu Vertretung Abs.
Die Uebereinstimmung mit dem Hauptregister beglaubigt Elbing, am 21 ten Oktober 1908

Der Standesbeamte
In Vertretung Abs.
GEBURTSURKUNDE

Nr. 1521

Elbing, am 21 Oktober 1908

Vor dem unterzeichneten Standesbeamten erschien heute, der Persönlichkeit nach bekannt die Hebamme Frau Johanna Menzel,
wohnhaft in Elbing Innerer Mühlendamm Nr. 12 und zeigte an, daß von der Luise Amalie Robiller geborene Bonin,
evangelischer Religion, Ehefrau des Schlosser Max Louis Robiller, evangelischer Religion wohnhaft beim Ehemann in Elbing,
Holländer Chaussee Nr. 40 zu Elbing in der Wohnung des Ehemanns am siebzehnten Oktober des Jahres tausend neunhundert und acht
nachmittags um sieben drei viertel Uhr ein Mädchen geboren worden sei und daß das Kind die Vornamen Luise Amalie erhalten habe.
Die Angezeigte erklärte, daß sie bei der Niederkunft der Frau Robiller zugegen gewesen sei. xxx

Vorgelesen, genehmigt und unterschrieben Johanna Menzel

Der Standesbeamte
Zu Vertretung Abs.
Die Uebereinstimmung mit dem Hauptregister beglaubigt Elbing, am 21 ten Oktober 1908

Der Standesbeamte
In Vertretung Abs.1 She resided on 21 October 1908 at Elbing, Stadtkreis Elbing, Westpreussen, Germany; Mutti was born here. This later became #95 Tannenberger Allee.2 She was a Ladies Tailor sometime during her teen years she began her apprenticeship. after 1922. She resided circa 1930 at 95-97 Tannenberger Allee, Elbing, Stadtkreis Elbing, Westpreußen, DEU, I'm really not sure when my grandfather bought the properties. There was always the story of him having lost everything during the Inflationary period while inebriated. Supposedly he sold his house for a considerable sum of money but inflation made it worthless in a few days or weeks. This was from my mother. She then claimed that he had to start all over again. Therefore the above circa 1930 date. It seems more likely that both properties came into the family via the Bonin line and that my grandfather had simply run into financial difficulties with those houses.3 She witnessed the baptism of Waltraud Hildegard Groß on 18 January 1930 at Heiligen Drei-Königen Kirche, Elbing, Westpreußen, DEU. Luise Amalie Robiller and Gustav Karl Fritz Rump resided from 1931 to 1935 at 42 Hindenburgstraße, Elbing, Stadtkreis Elbing, Westpreußen; In 1934 the house was owned by Landwirt (farmer) Kurt Drabe and my parents shared the house with him, Friedrich Lietke and the gardener Hermann Schulz. It was a first appartment for the young married couple and where my sister Anneliese was born.4 Luise Amalie Robiller married Gustav Karl Fritz Rump, son of Friedrich Theodore Karl Wienrich and Catherina Johanna Sophie Hämmerer, on 24 December 1931 at St Nickolei Church, Elbing, Ostpreußen, DEU; the marriage ceremony was at 2 PM and was officiated by a Rev. Gurki. Luise Amalie Robiller and Gustav Karl Fritz Rump resided between 1936 and 1945 at 97 Tannenberger Allee, Elbing, Stadtkreis Elbing, Westpreußen; The street was earlier called Holländische Chaussee. Luise Amalie Robiller witnessed the baptism of Wolfgang Fritz Rump on 25 December 1937 at St. Nickolei Church, Elbing. Luise Amalie Robiller was photographed with her children for a Christmas picture for her husband on 11 October 1944
on 11 October 1944 at Elbing.5 She was baptized on 18 February 1950 at St Bartolomäus, Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany; 'Bedingterweise katholisch getauft' by Pastor Kruse. This was a conversion to Catholicism from an earlier Lutheran baptism. It was concidered a conditional baptism - just in case so to speak.

I'm not sure if this was really out of conviction or for public consumption. My mother was never a really religious woman, but may have been in this situation because of the 'very' Catholic surroundings.6 She was catholic. She witnessed the miscellaneous event of Wolfgang Fritz Rump on 5 June 1951 at Wentorf, Hamburg, DEU; As best as I recall we had to go to this camp for medical tests before we were ever approved for immigration. This seems to have taken place in June and December of 1951. A blood test was given on the the 5th and X-Rays on the 6th.7 Luise Amalie Robiller witnessed the emigration of Wolfgang Fritz Rump on 4 March 1952 at Bremerhaven; USS Gen. Sturgis.8 Luise Amalie Robiller and Gustav Karl Fritz Rump immigrated on 12 March 1952; For some reason I always thought that we arrived on Mar. 15th but my father's notes take precedence on this until I find out otherwise.9 Luise Amalie Robiller and Gustav Karl Fritz Rump resided on 15 March 1952 at 5009 N. 3rd Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA; We lived at Theodore Ellerkamp's cleaning store in the back. Later, in an appartment on the second floor.10
Luise Amalie Robiller and Gustav Karl Fritz Rump resided between 1 September 1952 and 1953 at 2817 N. Lawrence Street, Philadelphia, PA; Here we lived with a German-Hungarian man who needed help with housework and cooking because he had lost both his legs above the knees due to gangrene. My parents were able to save every penny they earned because they had to pay no rent. All we had to do was take care of this man and his house. Within two years they had enough money saved up for a downpayment on a house further north in a better neighborhood in St Henry's parish where I had gone to school anyway. We also belonged to that parish and went to church there.11 Luise Amalie Robiller and Gustav Karl Fritz Rump resided between 1954 and 1961 at 4357 N. 4th St, Philadelphia, PA.11 Luise Amalie Robiller and Gustav Karl Fritz Rump resided between 1961 and 1976 at 655 Kirkwood Ave., Abington/Phila, Abington, PA; This was my parents' little dream home in the suburbs. They lived there till their deaths.11 Luise Amalie Robiller was Postcard from Mutti to Fred Rump & Family:

Ihr lieben Alle!
Herzl. Grüße von hier senden Euch Mutti & Oma! Wie war es in Florida? Wir sind hier froh beisamen. Es ist sehr schön hier. Alle laßen Euch herzlich grüßen. Wir fahren hier hin u. her per Auto. Gas gibts hier genug aber teuer! Essen muß ich aufgeben, keine Zeit mehr. Die Entfernung ist zu groß. Auch von Tante Eurer Tante Anni viele Grüße. Es ist schön wenn wir alle zusammen sind. on 15 March 1974 at Visit, Eschweiler, Aachen. She died on 15 May 1985 at Jeanes Hospital, Montgomery, PA, at age 76. She was buried on 18 May 1985 at Rockledge, Abington Township, Montgomery, PA; Death notice published Thursday, May 16, 1985 in the Philadelphia Inquirer:
RUMP
Louise A. (nee Robiller)on May 15, 1985, age 76 years, wife of the late Fritz and beloved mother of W. Fred Rump and mother-in-law of Marlies; also survived by 4 grandchildren, Angela Nadeau, Bernard Rump, Regina Merder and Martin Merder, a sister Anni Koehler (in Germany). Relatives and friends, members of the Kolping Society are invited to her funeral, Sat (5/18/1985) 8:30 AM at the Rempfer Funeral Home, 4405-07 N 5th St. Mass of Christian Burial, Church of St Henry, 9:30 A.M. Internment Lawnview Cemetery. Friends may call Friday evening after 7PM.12

Family

Gustav Karl Fritz Rump b. 14 Jun 1906, d. 10 Aug 1976
Children

Citations

  1. [S249] Birth record entry, scan 1521, 1908 Record Nr. 1521 (21 Oct, 1908).
  2. [S249] Birth record entry, scan 1521, Birth Record (21 Oct, 1908).
  3. [S57] Interview, Wolfgang Fritz Rump, What mom told me.
  4. [S191] Anonymous, Einwohner & Adreßbuch der Stadt Elbing.
  5. [S141] Interview, unknown informant.
  6. [S104] Pastor Kruse, Auszug aus dem Geburts/Taufregister der katholischen Pfarrkirche St Bartolomaeus in Essen/Oldbg. (Excerpt from the birth/baptismal register - copy)
    , copy of baptismal register.
  7. [S58] Unknown volume, Medical record for tests at the Wentorf resettlement camp: E.C. No. 538 515, unknown repository.
  8. [S141] Interview, unknown informant, I was there.
  9. [S53] Autobiography of Fritz Rump, 1952.
  10. [S57] Interview, Wolfgang Fritz Rump, of Fred Rump.
  11. [S57] Interview, Wolfgang Fritz Rump, fred.
  12. [S105] Unknown author, Philadelphia Inquirer, Obituary page, Thursday, May 16, 1985, Obituary.

Anneliese Hildegard Rump

F, b. 17 August 1933, d. 21 October 1981
FatherGustav Karl Fritz Rump b. 14 Jun 1906, d. 10 Aug 1976
MotherLuise Amalie Robiller b. 17 Oct 1908, d. 15 May 1985
     Her married name was Merder. Anneliese Hildegard Rump was born on 17 August 1933 at Elbing, West Prussia, Germany. She was baptized on 10 September 1933 at Nikolei Kirche, Elbing, West Prussia, Germany. She was educated on 2 April 1940 at Elbing, Stadtkreis Elbing, Ostpreußen, DEU; entered first grade on this day, see picture
it would seem that she was 6 Yrs & 7 Months old at start of First Grade. It could also be that the picture was taken much later in order to send to my father who was a soldier in Russia someplace at the time. She witnessed the miscellaneous event of Luise Amalie Robiller on 11 October 1944 at Elbing; photographed with her children for a Christmas picture for her husband on 11 October 1944.1
Anneliese Hildegard Rump married Günther Merder, son of (?) Merder and unknown unknown, on 14 February 1956 at Werl, Westphalia, DEU. Anneliese Hildegard Rump died on 21 October 1981 at PA at age 48. She was buried on 23 October 1981 at Rockledge, Abington Township, Montgomery, PA.

Family

Günther Merder b. 30 Nov 1929
Children

Citations

  1. [S141] Interview, unknown informant.

Richard George Nadeau

M, b. 23 November 1959
FatherDr. Richard George Nadeau b. 23 Nov 1935
MotherJoan Vivian Parent b. 12 Oct 1936, d. 29 Aug 2016
     Richard George Nadeau was Aircraft Interior Designe. He was born on 23 November 1959 at Dayton, Ohio (Airforce base), OH. He married Angela Maria Rump, daughter of Wolfgang Fritz Rump and Maria Elizabeth Vogel, on 28 May 1983 at St Bernadette Church, Northfield, NJ. Richard George Nadeau witnessed the miscellaneous event of Angela Maria Rump in June 1983 at Freiburg im Breisgau; Postcard from Honeymoon in Europe. (Blick vom Münster auf Münsterplatz und Kaufhaus)
Dear Family,
Sorry that my last card was somewhat strange but consider the source. After Wien we left for a Gasthaus on the outskirts of the city. It was very relaxing out in the country. Yesterday we drove through the Schwarzwald to Freiburg. (and I'm still here!) Tomorrow we may stay in Rheims in Champagne.
Love Ang & Rick. Rebecca Grace Deming married Bernhard Fredrick Rump, son of Wolfgang Fritz Rump and Maria Elizabeth Vogel, on 26 September 1998 at St Mattews Lutheran Church, Moorestown, Burlington, NJ.1

Family

Angela Maria Rump b. 4 Mar 1961
Children

Citations

  1. [S141] Interview, unknown informant, Rebecca.
  2. [S141] Interview, unknown informant, I was there.

Amanda Luise Nadeau

F, b. 16 February 1991
FatherRichard George Nadeau b. 23 Nov 1959
MotherAngela Maria Rump b. 4 Mar 1961
     Amanda Luise Nadeau was born on 16 February 1991 at Mt Holly, NJ. She was educated on 9 May 1995 at Pre-School; Amanda's parents are working and after the first 3 years of baby-sitting by her Oma she was then able to go to a Montessori school where she learned the basics of letters and numbers by playing with these things. Learning is fun.

Today is Sept 9, 1995. I've not really written anything about Amanda's early life, but it is about time.

Amanda's first "report card" was issued on 2-16-95 and I'll try to record its substance here lest I lose the paper.

Work Habits:

Excellent - Degree of self-motivation but only for things she's interested in
Excellent - Self-confidence

Good - Ability to see work through to completion
Good - Ability to integrate new ideas
Good - Academic enthusiasm

Between Good & Satisfactory - Self-discipline

Satisfactory - Attention/Concentration (for age)
Satisfactory - Follows Directions
Satisfactory - Ability to work in a group (She is more imaginative than                               most, but has made strides lately)

Between Satisfactory & Needs Improvement - (She tends to wander, has trouble choosing on her own, needs to be coaxed to try a new thing)

Comments:

Behavioral - Amanda is usually fairly self-controlled behaviorally. On occasion questions directions & direct requests of the teacher. She does take 'any' infringement by other children extremely personally.

Social/Emotional - Amanda makes friends easily and interacts with several children at a time.

Reading - Amanda is doing very well with seeing sound, rythms and xxx. She is ready to begin building words phonetically.

Math - Amanda has done well & has a solid base of 1-10. She is moving into the teen numerals & quantities.

Additional - Amanda has come far this year in her dealing with other children. She has made friends & is now learning how to interact with several friends at a time. Her imagination is rich & colorful, but not always understood by other children who can't sustain imaginative play to the extent that Amanda can. She's working this out now.

Her progress academically is good & she should be able to continue the growth next year.

She was educated on 6 March 1997 at Kindergarten-Westfield Friends School, Cinnaminson, NJ; !D:\TMGW\FRED\MEMOS\KINDER.TXT. Rebecca Grace Deming married Bernhard Fredrick Rump, son of Wolfgang Fritz Rump and Maria Elizabeth Vogel, on 26 September 1998 at St Mattews Lutheran Church, Moorestown, Burlington, NJ.1 Amanda Luise Nadeau was educated on 14 July 2004; Flew to Hawaii for course in Oceanography at Hawaii Pacific University as part of the Johns Hopkins U. advanced achievers program.2

Citations

  1. [S141] Interview, unknown informant, Rebecca.
  2. [S141] Interview, unknown informant.

Friedrich Theodore Karl Wienrich

M, b. 29 November 1875, d. 9 October 1936
FatherFriedrich Theodore Wienrich b. 5 Jan 1843, d. 23 Jun 1925
MotherTherese Carolina Bertha Werther b. 15 Jan 1841, d. 22 Apr 1901
     Friedrich Theodore Karl Wienrich was born on 29 November 1875 at Neustadt, Kr Ilfeld/Harz, Germany. He was Farmer in 1890. He witnessed the employment of Friedrich Theodore Wienrich between 1902 and 1905; Hired housekeeper named Catharina Johanna Hämmerer sometime during this span. His wife had died and he needed a woman around the house to help run the farm. Friedrich Theodore Karl Wienrich married Laura Frederike Eline Rumpf on 10 April 1921 at Neustadt, Kr Ilfeld/Harz, Germany.1 Friedrich Theodore Karl Wienrich died on 9 October 1936 at Local Hospital, Nordhausen, Harz, Germany, at age 60; As per discussions with Robert Gustav Wienrich (816), his uncle died as a result of a fall from a farm wagon in the field. He was rushed to a hospital in Nordhausen and died there anyway.2 He was buried on 13 October 1936 at Neustadt, Kr Ilfeld/Harz, Germany.

Family 1

Catherina Johanna Sophie Hämmerer b. 9 Dec 1880, d. 23 Nov 1964
Child

Family 2

Laura Frederike Eline Rumpf b. 3 Sep 1886, d. 5 Apr 1957
Child

Citations

  1. [S99] Unknown author, Born in St Mary's Hospital, Frankford Ave., Phila. PADeath Register of the City of Werl, County of Soest/Westphalia #171/1964He disappeared while fleeing the Russians either in 1945 or 1946Deathregister #127/1951 Werl/Kreis Soestdeath register #185/1969 Werl/GermanyProbsteikirchelast lived at Schaeferstrasse 54Last address was Goetzstrasse 4, 7109 Berlichingen/GermanyLast known address (1920) = 342 Hawthorne St, Kings (Brooklyn)I assume St James because that is where the family lived. He was educatedBirth date is CIR, Alphhausen appears on the Marriage Register to JohannaThis church has been closed and these records are at the ChanceryBirth date is guess he died at age 431st WWWitnesses: Joseph Barlage & Berhardine Marcus (nee Foet)Suddenly at 11:30AM on this day, (Mother,Moth-in-law,Oma,Sister-in-law,aunt)Funeral was held on Sat at 2:30PM from home at 97 Tannenberg-Allee and she wasCheck date. Traute says she died earlier.Altenaerstrasse 90, father was a Kaufman or businessman but in the navyAfter 2 weeks on board a freight trainElbing #40/1930Eschweiler #507/1968Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Eva Gross (nee Lips) & AugustEschweiler #650/1969Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Erna Gross (grandmother) &Died in the last British bombing attack on the cityDied of dyphteriaAssumed and taken from his marriage record of 1670 in Quebec Province atFrom records of Notre Dame de Liesse ChurchThis is an assumption based upon marriage records of the son in Quebec inBased upon assumptions of having her son born in 1831. His marriage record ofSee #631/1941 at Hameln for birth record#174/1968 WerlBaptized Lutheran in the Paulus Church in Werl; Inge & Lina Grabski were#17/1977Christus Church, Karin's father (divorced from mother in 1953) was one of theSt James parish, Baltimore, from records of the Poor School Sisters of NotreShe had a headache, got better after some fresh air, said the afternoonAt the cemetary of the Sisters of Notre Dame.St Agnes HospitalAppendixApparently St James Church as per letter from Baltimore Archdiocese ArchivistBaptized at St Jerome ParishApparently Gerard came to live with his sister Johanna and stayed in BaltimoreBirth date approximation based upon actual baptismal recordBaptised as Louis Dubay by Fr Benoit Duplein at Ste Famille, Isle OrleansAccording to the wife who wrote at the Cousin's meeting 10/18/92 at FriedaWitnesses: Wessel Tepe & Maria Christina KuperAutoaccident - was run over since he walked from a bar instead of driveWitnesses: Henrich Vogel & Catharina Gertrud TepeWitnesses: Anna Maria Vogel & Otto Henrich KuperWitnesses: Joanne Henrico Niehuesz & Petronella LandwehrWitnesses (Paten): Johan Henricus Grave & Maria Langfer (Joan henricus Vogel -Witnesses (Paten): Henrich Langfer & Lucia Lampe per copy of baptismal cert.This date may be incorrect & is from list of Franz Barlage (his wife has theBand 12, Yr 1829, Pg 22/24, #50 Witnesses: Joseph Simon, Theresia Vosssee #118see #119see #62see #63see #6see entry #52 for 1937 at the Muenster Diocesan Archivessee #63 in 1842 at Dio Archivessee #52#66see #54see #123see #25This is guesswork. St Martini shows him dying in 1823. It may be the father ofWitnesses were Eline Wienrich (nee Rumpf) & Robert Wienrich (Berlin/OberschoenDied of LeukemiaAachen #1008/1964Witnesses: Sacellanus Joseph Puhlmann & ASnna Gertrud SchadeLDS records show an 1874 marriage at St Marien RC church in Ahaus, WestfalenThe civil marriage was by the Kgl.Pr.Standesbeamt (Royal Prussian Civil BureauChurch wedding was on 10/22/46 in Essen?St Andreas in Crapendorf Reg #7 (see picture in History of Oldenburg)Marriage at St James as per marriage record. Witnesses were one HermanChurch wedding was on 5/22/1943 in the Liebfrauenkirche/DortmundMarried in Church as of 8/23/1974 Essen/OldenburgThe church wedding was on 8/29/1976 in Hengelage/Quakenbrueck8/9/63 civil marriage in Eschweiler/Germany; Church wedding 11/30/1963 in theRev J Bernard Derequeleyne married them at Notre Dame de Liesse Church#124/1964 Werl for marriage record, for copy see #11Religious ceremony was on 5/30/59The religious marriage was held a day laterThe date from Leo's notes are as . ./9/45This was the religious part of the ceremonySt James ChurchSt Bartholomeaus Church, Essen #16, Pg 67Copy of marriage register, band 10, yr 1816, pg 42 (Frieda)Laura was the widow Teichman. (He had died in WWI).
  2. [S17] Unknown author, Personal recollections of Robert & Vera Wienrich of Neustadt.
    , 1995 oral interview with Robert & Vera Wienrich about his uncle.

Catherina Johanna Sophie Hämmerer

F, b. 9 December 1880, d. 23 November 1964
FatherCarl Leopold Hämmerer b. 29 Nov 1848, d. 22 Oct 1888
MotherMaria Sophia Franziska Franke b. 27 Aug 1846, d. 19 Jul 1924
     Catherina Johanna Sophie Hämmerer was also known as Johanna. She Gave son of this union to sister Anna Sophie Josephine Haemmerer and her husband Bernard Anton Rump for eventual adoption. Johanna eventually married a Kaiser. She was born on 9 December 1880 at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany. She was baptized on 11 December 1880 at St Bartholomäus, Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany. She witnessed the employment of Friedrich Theodore Wienrich between 1902 and 1905; Hired housekeeper named Catharina Johanna Hämmerer sometime during this span. His wife had died and he needed a woman around the house to help run the farm. Catherina Johanna Sophie Hämmerer married Adolf Kaiser, son of Adolf Kaiser and Elizabeth Görgen, on 11 September 1913 at Dortmund, Westphalia, Germany.1 Her married name was Kaiser. Catherina Johanna Sophie Hämmerer died on 23 November 1964 at Werl, Westphalia, Lower Saxony, Germany, at age 83.2 She was buried after 23 November 1964 at Werl, Westphalia, Lower Saxony, Germany.

Family 1

Friedrich Theodore Karl Wienrich b. 29 Nov 1875, d. 9 Oct 1936
Child

Family 2

Adolf Kaiser b. 17 Jun 1880, d. 17 Aug 1951
Children

Citations

  1. [S81] Unknown author, Born in St Mary's Hospital, Frankford Ave., Phila. PADeath Register of the City of Werl, County of Soest/Westphalia #171/1964He disappeared while fleeing the Russians either in 1945 or 1946Deathregister #127/1951 Werl/Kreis Soestdeath register #185/1969 Werl/GermanyProbsteikirchelast lived at Schaeferstrasse 54Last address was Goetzstrasse 4, 7109 Berlichingen/GermanyLast known address (1920) = 342 Hawthorne St, Kings (Brooklyn)I assume St James because that is where the family lived. He was educatedBirth date is CIR, Alphhausen appears on the Marriage Register to JohannaThis church has been closed and these records are at the ChanceryBirth date is guess he died at age 431st WWWitnesses: Joseph Barlage & Berhardine Marcus (nee Foet)Suddenly at 11:30AM on this day, (Mother,Moth-in-law,Oma,Sister-in-law,aunt)Funeral was held on Sat at 2:30PM from home at 97 Tannenberg-Allee and she wasCheck date. Traute says she died earlier.Altenaerstrasse 90, father was a Kaufman or businessman but in the navyAfter 2 weeks on board a freight trainElbing #40/1930Eschweiler #507/1968Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Eva Gross (nee Lips) & AugustEschweiler #650/1969Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Erna Gross (grandmother) &Died in the last British bombing attack on the cityDied of dyphteriaAssumed and taken from his marriage record of 1670 in Quebec Province atFrom records of Notre Dame de Liesse ChurchThis is an assumption based upon marriage records of the son in Quebec inBased upon assumptions of having her son born in 1831. His marriage record ofSee #631/1941 at Hameln for birth record#174/1968 WerlBaptized Lutheran in the Paulus Church in Werl; Inge & Lina Grabski were#17/1977Christus Church, Karin's father (divorced from mother in 1953) was one of theSt James parish, Baltimore, from records of the Poor School Sisters of NotreShe had a headache, got better after some fresh air, said the afternoonAt the cemetary of the Sisters of Notre Dame.St Agnes HospitalAppendixApparently St James Church as per letter from Baltimore Archdiocese ArchivistBaptized at St Jerome ParishApparently Gerard came to live with his sister Johanna and stayed in BaltimoreBirth date approximation based upon actual baptismal recordBaptised as Louis Dubay by Fr Benoit Duplein at Ste Famille, Isle OrleansAccording to the wife who wrote at the Cousin's meeting 10/18/92 at FriedaWitnesses: Wessel Tepe & Maria Christina KuperAutoaccident - was run over since he walked from a bar instead of driveWitnesses: Henrich Vogel & Catharina Gertrud TepeWitnesses: Anna Maria Vogel & Otto Henrich KuperWitnesses: Joanne Henrico Niehuesz & Petronella LandwehrWitnesses (Paten): Johan Henricus Grave & Maria Langfer (Joan henricus Vogel -Witnesses (Paten): Henrich Langfer & Lucia Lampe per copy of baptismal cert.This date may be incorrect & is from list of Franz Barlage (his wife has theBand 12, Yr 1829, Pg 22/24, #50 Witnesses: Joseph Simon, Theresia Vosssee #118see #119see #62see #63see #6see entry #52 for 1937 at the Muenster Diocesan Archivessee #63 in 1842 at Dio Archivessee #52#66see #54see #123see #25This is guesswork. St Martini shows him dying in 1823. It may be the father ofWitnesses were Eline Wienrich (nee Rumpf) & Robert Wienrich (Berlin/OberschoenDied of LeukemiaAachen #1008/1964Witnesses: Sacellanus Joseph Puhlmann & ASnna Gertrud SchadeLDS records show an 1874 marriage at St Marien RC church in Ahaus, WestfalenThe civil marriage was by the Kgl.Pr.Standesbeamt (Royal Prussian Civil Bureau, On the same day the Catholic ceremony was held at the Probsteikirche by Fr. Schwermer. From Familienbuch von Karin Grabski, see #11 file.
  2. [S4] Unknown author, Born in St Mary's Hospital, Frankford Ave., Phila. PADeath Register of the City of Werl, County of Soest/Westphalia #171/1964, Copy of Familytree book sent by Karin Grabski in my possession. See Johanna Haemmerer folder.

Alfons Hämmerer

M, b. 25 August 1906, d. 15 August 1942
FatherCarl Maximilian Hämmerer b. 23 Oct 1877, d. 31 Jan 1972
MotherBernadina Catharina Dorothea Feldhaus b. 24 Oct 1874, d. 13 Dec 1941
     Alfons Hämmerer was Shoemaker. He was born on 25 August 1906 at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany. He married Kaethe Abel in 1934. Alfons Hämmerer was buried on 15 August 1942 at Werchnaja/Businowka Soldier's Cemetery, Russia. He died on 15 August 1942 at Eastern Front in WWII at age 35.

Family

Kaethe Abel b. 6 Feb 1910, d. 15 Oct 1982
Children

Maria Sophia Franziska Franke

F, b. 27 August 1846, d. 19 July 1924
FatherJohan Henrich Francke b. b 7 Sep 1800, d. 6 Mar 1863
MotherMaria Josefina Franciska Aertken b. 7 Jan 1809, d. 17 Jan 1859
     Her married name was Hämmerer. Maria Sophia Franziska Franke was born on 27 August 1846 at Münster, Westfalen.1 She was baptized on 30 August 1846 at St Martini #90, Münster, Westfalen.1 She married Carl Leopold Hämmerer, son of Clamor Ludwig Friedrich Hämmerer and Anna Maria Elizabeth Carolina Hellmann, on 21 April 1874 at St. Aegiddi, Münster, Westfalen; This is from a letter received 12/2/92 from the diocesan archives in Münster and references the Sippenkartei Münster.

LDS records show a marriage in Ahaus at St Marien Church in 1874 which was sealed to a spouse 11, Jun 1980

Kath. Kirchengemeinde St. Mariä Himmelfahrt
Kirchstrasse 5
48683 Ahaus-Alstätte Telefon 02567/1040.2 Maria Sophia Franziska Franke died on 19 July 1924 at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany, at age 77. She was buried on 23 July 1924 at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany.

Family

Carl Leopold Hämmerer b. 29 Nov 1848, d. 22 Oct 1888
Children

Citations

  1. [S199] Letter, Bernd-Ulrich Lammers to Fred Rump, 7 Nov., 1999.
  2. [S80] Unknown author, LDS records show an 1874 marriage at St Marien RC church in Ahaus, Westfalen.

Carl Leopold Hämmerer

M, b. 29 November 1848, d. 22 October 1888
FatherClamor Ludwig Friedrich Hämmerer b. 15 Dec 1807, d. 22 Jan 1863
MotherAnna Maria Elizabeth Carolina Hellmann b. 3 Aug 1811, d. 7 Mar 1854
     Carl Leopold Hämmerer was born on 29 November 1848 at Crapendorf (Wigbold), Cloppenburg (Amt), Großherzogtum Oldenburg, DEU.1 He was Buchbinder at the 2003 house of Perk - Gerullis circa 1874 at in 2003 - Kirchplatz 4, Essen, Cloppenburg, Grand Duchy Oldenburg, Germany.2 He married Maria Sophia Franziska Franke, daughter of Johan Henrich Francke and Maria Josefina Franciska Aertken, on 21 April 1874 at St. Aegiddi, Münster, Westfalen; This is from a letter received 12/2/92 from the diocesan archives in Münster and references the Sippenkartei Münster.

LDS records show a marriage in Ahaus at St Marien Church in 1874 which was sealed to a spouse 11, Jun 1980

Kath. Kirchengemeinde St. Mariä Himmelfahrt
Kirchstrasse 5
48683 Ahaus-Alstätte Telefon 02567/1040.3 Carl Leopold Hämmerer also went by the name of "Baukbinners." He died on 22 October 1888 at Löningen, Oldenburg, Germany, at age 39. He was buried after 22 October 1888 at Old Cemetery, Essen, Cloppenburg, Grand Duchy Oldenburg, Germany.4

Family

Maria Sophia Franziska Franke b. 27 Aug 1846, d. 19 Jul 1924
Children

Citations

  1. [S83] Unknown author, St Andreas in Crapendorf Reg #7 (see picture in History of Oldenburg), B/B Churchbooks vol#9 (LDS Film #08962277).
  2. [S230] Leo Hämmerer to Fred Rump, unknown record type, 4/8/2003.
  3. [S80] Unknown author, LDS records show an 1874 marriage at St Marien RC church in Ahaus, Westfalen.
  4. [S227] Leo Hämmerer to Fred Rump, unknown record type, 4/8/2003.

Anna Sophie Josephine Hämmerer

F, b. 19 February 1875, d. 1 April 1949
FatherCarl Leopold Hämmerer b. 29 Nov 1848, d. 22 Oct 1888
MotherMaria Sophia Franziska Franke b. 27 Aug 1846, d. 19 Jul 1924
     Anna Sophie Josephine Hämmerer was born on 19 February 1875 at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany; I used to have 1873 as a birth year. I have no idea were this came from.1

She was baptized on 20 February 1875 at St. Bartholomäus, Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany.2 Her married name was Rump. She married Bernard Anton Rump, son of Johann Heinrich Rump and Christine Bernadine Kramer, on 23 April 1902 at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany; No wedding pic but there is one from 30 yrs later (1932) - see exhibit. Anna Sophie Josephine Hämmerer was Ladies Tailor circa 1910. She was Picture taken for son Fritz who was in Elbing then in 1932. She died on 1 April 1949 at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany, at age 74. She was buried on 5 April 1949 at Neuer Friedhof am Schneewall, Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany.3

Family

Bernard Anton Rump b. 12 Nov 1873, d. 17 Apr 1949

Citations

  1. [S96] Unknown author, Essen/Oldenburg parish church, Frieda looked this up for me in the book at the church.
  2. [S96] Unknown author, Essen/Oldenburg parish church.
  3. [S230] Leo Hämmerer to Fred Rump, unknown record type, 4/8/2003.

Carl Maximilian Hämmerer

M, b. 23 October 1877, d. 31 January 1972
FatherCarl Leopold Hämmerer b. 29 Nov 1848, d. 22 Oct 1888
MotherMaria Sophia Franziska Franke b. 27 Aug 1846, d. 19 Jul 1924
     Carl Maximilian Hämmerer was Master Painter. He Karl Hämmerer was born in Essen on 23 Oct, 1877 as the second oldest child of the bookbinder Karl Leopold Hämmerer and his wife Josephine Franke. He subsequently went to school at the three room schoolhouse that eventually became the Ellerkamp house next to Rump's house. On the other side was the Tepen house. He started his 3 year apprenticeship as a painter in 1891 in Münster, Westphalen. He subsequently worked as a journeyman painter in the cities of Cologne, Bonn, Koblenz, Konstanz and Hamburg. From 1897 to 1899 he served in the 25th Infantry Regiment at Rastadt, Baden. Upon returning home he founded his painting business where he instituted payment calculated upon the square meter rather than the liter of used paint. He was active in the local Schützenverein, firemen, Kolping and was a singer, both in the Männerverein and the Church chorus for 48 years. He was born on 23 October 1877 at reg #60, Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany. He was baptized on 25 October 1877 at St. Bartholomäus, Reg. 65, Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany.1 He was also known as Carl. He was milit See Exhibit between 1897 and 1918.2 He married Bernadina Catharina Dorothea Feldhaus, daughter of Hermann Anton Feldhaus and Anna Margarethe Hengemühle, on 18 September 1905 at Civil marriage reg 13, Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany. Carl Maximilian Hämmerer died on 31 January 1972 at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany, at age 94. He was buried on 4 February 1972 at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany.

Family

Bernadina Catharina Dorothea Feldhaus b. 24 Oct 1874, d. 13 Dec 1941
Children

Citations

  1. [S230] Leo Hämmerer to Fred Rump, unknown record type, 4/8/2003.
  2. [S116] Johanna Kröger, Essen Im Weltkrieg, Ein Gedenkbuch aus großer Zeit.

Anton Friedrich Hämmerer

M, b. 5 May 1883, d. 5 May 1945
FatherCarl Leopold Hämmerer b. 29 Nov 1848, d. 22 Oct 1888
MotherMaria Sophia Franziska Franke b. 27 Aug 1846, d. 19 Jul 1924
     Anton Friedrich Hämmerer was also known as Fritz. He was born on 5 May 1883 at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany. He was baptized on 8 May 1883 at St. Bartholomäus, Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany.1 He married Agnes Dombrowski on 14 November 1908 at Deutsch-Damsau, Kr Stuhm, East Prussia, Germany. Anton Friedrich Hämmerer was Tailor circa 1909. He died on 5 May 1945 at Preussisch Stargard, Pommerania, Germany, at age 62; 'Auf der Flucht' or died as a refugee during the flight from the Russians.2

Family

Agnes Dombrowski b. 29 May 1887, d. 29 Mar 1964
Children

Citations

  1. [S230] Leo Hämmerer to Fred Rump, unknown record type, 4/8/2003.
  2. [S5] Unknown author, Born in St Mary's Hospital, Frankford Ave., Phila. PADeath Register of the City of Werl, County of Soest/Westphalia #171/1964He disappeared while fleeing the Russians either in 1945 or 1946, Lived in Danzig (Gdansk) as a tailor and was a good friend of my dad.

Carl Friedrich Hämmerer

M, b. 25 December 1907, d. 14 January 1982
FatherCarl Maximilian Hämmerer b. 23 Oct 1877, d. 31 Jan 1972
MotherBernadina Catharina Dorothea Feldhaus b. 24 Oct 1874, d. 13 Dec 1941
     Carl Friedrich Hämmerer was christened at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany. He was Master Painter. He was born on 25 December 1907 at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany. He married Gertrud Seger, daughter of Peter Seger and Katharina Hermann, on 21 October 1946 at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany.1 Carl Friedrich Hämmerer witnessed the baptism of Luise Amalie Robiller on 18 February 1950 at St Bartolomäus, Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany; 'Bedingterweise katholisch getauft' by Pastor Kruse. This was a conversion to Catholicism from an earlier Lutheran baptism. It was concidered a conditional baptism - just in case so to speak.

I'm not sure if this was really out of conviction or for public consumption. My mother was never a really religious woman, but may have been in this situation because of the 'very' Catholic surroundings.2 Carl Friedrich Hämmerer died on 14 January 1982 at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany, at age 74.

Family

Gertrud Seger b. 30 Nov 1919
Children

Citations

  1. [S82] Unknown author, Born in St Mary's Hospital, Frankford Ave., Phila. PADeath Register of the City of Werl, County of Soest/Westphalia #171/1964He disappeared while fleeing the Russians either in 1945 or 1946Deathregister #127/1951 Werl/Kreis Soestdeath register #185/1969 Werl/GermanyProbsteikirchelast lived at Schaeferstrasse 54Last address was Goetzstrasse 4, 7109 Berlichingen/GermanyLast known address (1920) = 342 Hawthorne St, Kings (Brooklyn)I assume St James because that is where the family lived. He was educatedBirth date is CIR, Alphhausen appears on the Marriage Register to JohannaThis church has been closed and these records are at the ChanceryBirth date is guess he died at age 431st WWWitnesses: Joseph Barlage & Berhardine Marcus (nee Foet)Suddenly at 11:30AM on this day, (Mother,Moth-in-law,Oma,Sister-in-law,aunt)Funeral was held on Sat at 2:30PM from home at 97 Tannenberg-Allee and she wasCheck date. Traute says she died earlier.Altenaerstrasse 90, father was a Kaufman or businessman but in the navyAfter 2 weeks on board a freight trainElbing #40/1930Eschweiler #507/1968Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Eva Gross (nee Lips) & AugustEschweiler #650/1969Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Erna Gross (grandmother) &Died in the last British bombing attack on the cityDied of dyphteriaAssumed and taken from his marriage record of 1670 in Quebec Province atFrom records of Notre Dame de Liesse ChurchThis is an assumption based upon marriage records of the son in Quebec inBased upon assumptions of having her son born in 1831. His marriage record ofSee #631/1941 at Hameln for birth record#174/1968 WerlBaptized Lutheran in the Paulus Church in Werl; Inge & Lina Grabski were#17/1977Christus Church, Karin's father (divorced from mother in 1953) was one of theSt James parish, Baltimore, from records of the Poor School Sisters of NotreShe had a headache, got better after some fresh air, said the afternoonAt the cemetary of the Sisters of Notre Dame.St Agnes HospitalAppendixApparently St James Church as per letter from Baltimore Archdiocese ArchivistBaptized at St Jerome ParishApparently Gerard came to live with his sister Johanna and stayed in BaltimoreBirth date approximation based upon actual baptismal recordBaptised as Louis Dubay by Fr Benoit Duplein at Ste Famille, Isle OrleansAccording to the wife who wrote at the Cousin's meeting 10/18/92 at FriedaWitnesses: Wessel Tepe & Maria Christina KuperAutoaccident - was run over since he walked from a bar instead of driveWitnesses: Henrich Vogel & Catharina Gertrud TepeWitnesses: Anna Maria Vogel & Otto Henrich KuperWitnesses: Joanne Henrico Niehuesz & Petronella LandwehrWitnesses (Paten): Johan Henricus Grave & Maria Langfer (Joan henricus Vogel -Witnesses (Paten): Henrich Langfer & Lucia Lampe per copy of baptismal cert.This date may be incorrect & is from list of Franz Barlage (his wife has theBand 12, Yr 1829, Pg 22/24, #50 Witnesses: Joseph Simon, Theresia Vosssee #118see #119see #62see #63see #6see entry #52 for 1937 at the Muenster Diocesan Archivessee #63 in 1842 at Dio Archivessee #52#66see #54see #123see #25This is guesswork. St Martini shows him dying in 1823. It may be the father ofWitnesses were Eline Wienrich (nee Rumpf) & Robert Wienrich (Berlin/OberschoenDied of LeukemiaAachen #1008/1964Witnesses: Sacellanus Joseph Puhlmann & ASnna Gertrud SchadeLDS records show an 1874 marriage at St Marien RC church in Ahaus, WestfalenThe civil marriage was by the Kgl.Pr.Standesbeamt (Royal Prussian Civil BureauChurch wedding was on 10/22/46 in Essen?
  2. [S104] Pastor Kruse, Auszug aus dem Geburts/Taufregister der katholischen Pfarrkirche St Bartolomaeus in Essen/Oldbg. (Excerpt from the birth/baptismal register - copy)
    , copy of baptismal register.

Adolf Kaiser

M, b. 17 June 1880, d. 17 August 1951
FatherAdolf Kaiser
MotherElizabeth Görgen
     Adolf Kaiser was Truckdriver (Kraftwagen.) He was born on 17 June 1880 at Dortmund, Westphalia, Prussia, Germany. He married Catherina Johanna Sophie Hämmerer, daughter of Carl Leopold Hämmerer and Maria Sophia Franziska Franke, on 11 September 1913 at Dortmund, Westphalia, Germany.1 Adolf Kaiser died on 17 August 1951 at Werl, Westphalia, Germany, at age 71.2 He was buried on 21 August 1951 at Probsteikirche, Werl, Westphalia, Germany.

Family

Catherina Johanna Sophie Hämmerer b. 9 Dec 1880, d. 23 Nov 1964
Children

Citations

  1. [S81] Unknown author, Born in St Mary's Hospital, Frankford Ave., Phila. PADeath Register of the City of Werl, County of Soest/Westphalia #171/1964He disappeared while fleeing the Russians either in 1945 or 1946Deathregister #127/1951 Werl/Kreis Soestdeath register #185/1969 Werl/GermanyProbsteikirchelast lived at Schaeferstrasse 54Last address was Goetzstrasse 4, 7109 Berlichingen/GermanyLast known address (1920) = 342 Hawthorne St, Kings (Brooklyn)I assume St James because that is where the family lived. He was educatedBirth date is CIR, Alphhausen appears on the Marriage Register to JohannaThis church has been closed and these records are at the ChanceryBirth date is guess he died at age 431st WWWitnesses: Joseph Barlage & Berhardine Marcus (nee Foet)Suddenly at 11:30AM on this day, (Mother,Moth-in-law,Oma,Sister-in-law,aunt)Funeral was held on Sat at 2:30PM from home at 97 Tannenberg-Allee and she wasCheck date. Traute says she died earlier.Altenaerstrasse 90, father was a Kaufman or businessman but in the navyAfter 2 weeks on board a freight trainElbing #40/1930Eschweiler #507/1968Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Eva Gross (nee Lips) & AugustEschweiler #650/1969Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Erna Gross (grandmother) &Died in the last British bombing attack on the cityDied of dyphteriaAssumed and taken from his marriage record of 1670 in Quebec Province atFrom records of Notre Dame de Liesse ChurchThis is an assumption based upon marriage records of the son in Quebec inBased upon assumptions of having her son born in 1831. His marriage record ofSee #631/1941 at Hameln for birth record#174/1968 WerlBaptized Lutheran in the Paulus Church in Werl; Inge & Lina Grabski were#17/1977Christus Church, Karin's father (divorced from mother in 1953) was one of theSt James parish, Baltimore, from records of the Poor School Sisters of NotreShe had a headache, got better after some fresh air, said the afternoonAt the cemetary of the Sisters of Notre Dame.St Agnes HospitalAppendixApparently St James Church as per letter from Baltimore Archdiocese ArchivistBaptized at St Jerome ParishApparently Gerard came to live with his sister Johanna and stayed in BaltimoreBirth date approximation based upon actual baptismal recordBaptised as Louis Dubay by Fr Benoit Duplein at Ste Famille, Isle OrleansAccording to the wife who wrote at the Cousin's meeting 10/18/92 at FriedaWitnesses: Wessel Tepe & Maria Christina KuperAutoaccident - was run over since he walked from a bar instead of driveWitnesses: Henrich Vogel & Catharina Gertrud TepeWitnesses: Anna Maria Vogel & Otto Henrich KuperWitnesses: Joanne Henrico Niehuesz & Petronella LandwehrWitnesses (Paten): Johan Henricus Grave & Maria Langfer (Joan henricus Vogel -Witnesses (Paten): Henrich Langfer & Lucia Lampe per copy of baptismal cert.This date may be incorrect & is from list of Franz Barlage (his wife has theBand 12, Yr 1829, Pg 22/24, #50 Witnesses: Joseph Simon, Theresia Vosssee #118see #119see #62see #63see #6see entry #52 for 1937 at the Muenster Diocesan Archivessee #63 in 1842 at Dio Archivessee #52#66see #54see #123see #25This is guesswork. St Martini shows him dying in 1823. It may be the father ofWitnesses were Eline Wienrich (nee Rumpf) & Robert Wienrich (Berlin/OberschoenDied of LeukemiaAachen #1008/1964Witnesses: Sacellanus Joseph Puhlmann & ASnna Gertrud SchadeLDS records show an 1874 marriage at St Marien RC church in Ahaus, WestfalenThe civil marriage was by the Kgl.Pr.Standesbeamt (Royal Prussian Civil Bureau, On the same day the Catholic ceremony was held at the Probsteikirche by Fr. Schwermer. From Familienbuch von Karin Grabski, see #11 file.
  2. [S6] Unknown author, Born in St Mary's Hospital, Frankford Ave., Phila. PA Death Register of the City of Werl, County of Soest/Westphalia #171/1964He disappeared while fleeing the Russians either in 1945 or 1946Deathregister #127/1951 Werl/Kreis Soest, see #11 file.

Hildegard Kaiser

F, b. 21 August 1913, d. 29 November 1969
FatherAdolf Kaiser b. 17 Jun 1880, d. 17 Aug 1951
MotherCatherina Johanna Sophie Hämmerer b. 9 Dec 1880, d. 23 Nov 1964
     Hildegard Kaiser was buried at Werl, Kr Soest, Westphalia, Germany. She was housewife. Her married name was Wedepohl. She was born on 21 August 1913 at Dortmund, Westphalia, Prussia, Germany. She was christened on 21 September 1913 at Probsteikirche, Dortmund, Westphalia, Germany. She married Karl-Heinz Josef Wedepohl, son of Josef Wedepohl and Karoline Antonie Jesse, on 21 May 1943 at Dortmund, Westphalia, Germany.1 Hildegard Kaiser died on 29 November 1969 at Werl, Kr Soest, Westphalia, Germany, at age 56.2

Family

Karl-Heinz Josef Wedepohl b. 10 Nov 1919
Child

Citations

  1. [S85] Unknown author, Born in St Mary's Hospital, Frankford Ave., Phila. PADeath Register of the City of Werl, County of Soest/Westphalia #171/1964He disappeared while fleeing the Russians either in 1945 or 1946Deathregister #127/1951 Werl/Kreis Soestdeath register #185/1969 Werl/GermanyProbsteikirchelast lived at Schaeferstrasse 54Last address was Goetzstrasse 4, 7109 Berlichingen/GermanyLast known address (1920) = 342 Hawthorne St, Kings (Brooklyn)I assume St James because that is where the family lived. He was educatedBirth date is CIR, Alphhausen appears on the Marriage Register to JohannaThis church has been closed and these records are at the ChanceryBirth date is guess he died at age 431st WWWitnesses: Joseph Barlage & Berhardine Marcus (nee Foet)Suddenly at 11:30AM on this day, (Mother,Moth-in-law,Oma,Sister-in-law,aunt)Funeral was held on Sat at 2:30PM from home at 97 Tannenberg-Allee and she wasCheck date. Traute says she died earlier.Altenaerstrasse 90, father was a Kaufman or businessman but in the navyAfter 2 weeks on board a freight trainElbing #40/1930Eschweiler #507/1968Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Eva Gross (nee Lips) & AugustEschweiler #650/1969Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Erna Gross (grandmother) &Died in the last British bombing attack on the cityDied of dyphteriaAssumed and taken from his marriage record of 1670 in Quebec Province atFrom records of Notre Dame de Liesse ChurchThis is an assumption based upon marriage records of the son in Quebec inBased upon assumptions of having her son born in 1831. His marriage record ofSee #631/1941 at Hameln for birth record#174/1968 WerlBaptized Lutheran in the Paulus Church in Werl; Inge & Lina Grabski were#17/1977Christus Church, Karin's father (divorced from mother in 1953) was one of theSt James parish, Baltimore, from records of the Poor School Sisters of NotreShe had a headache, got better after some fresh air, said the afternoonAt the cemetary of the Sisters of Notre Dame.St Agnes HospitalAppendixApparently St James Church as per letter from Baltimore Archdiocese ArchivistBaptized at St Jerome ParishApparently Gerard came to live with his sister Johanna and stayed in BaltimoreBirth date approximation based upon actual baptismal recordBaptised as Louis Dubay by Fr Benoit Duplein at Ste Famille, Isle OrleansAccording to the wife who wrote at the Cousin's meeting 10/18/92 at FriedaWitnesses: Wessel Tepe & Maria Christina KuperAutoaccident - was run over since he walked from a bar instead of driveWitnesses: Henrich Vogel & Catharina Gertrud TepeWitnesses: Anna Maria Vogel & Otto Henrich KuperWitnesses: Joanne Henrico Niehuesz & Petronella LandwehrWitnesses (Paten): Johan Henricus Grave & Maria Langfer (Joan henricus Vogel -Witnesses (Paten): Henrich Langfer & Lucia Lampe per copy of baptismal cert.This date may be incorrect & is from list of Franz Barlage (his wife has theBand 12, Yr 1829, Pg 22/24, #50 Witnesses: Joseph Simon, Theresia Vosssee #118see #119see #62see #63see #6see entry #52 for 1937 at the Muenster Diocesan Archivessee #63 in 1842 at Dio Archivessee #52#66see #54see #123see #25This is guesswork. St Martini shows him dying in 1823. It may be the father ofWitnesses were Eline Wienrich (nee Rumpf) & Robert Wienrich (Berlin/OberschoenDied of LeukemiaAachen #1008/1964Witnesses: Sacellanus Joseph Puhlmann & ASnna Gertrud SchadeLDS records show an 1874 marriage at St Marien RC church in Ahaus, WestfalenThe civil marriage was by the Kgl.Pr.Standesbeamt (Royal Prussian Civil BureauChurch wedding was on 10/22/46 in Essen?St Andreas in Crapendorf Reg #7 (see picture in History of Oldenburg)Marriage at St James as per marriage record. Witnesses were one HermanChurch wedding was on 5/22/1943 in the Liebfrauenkirche/Dortmund, see #11 for copies.
  2. [S7] Interview, unknown informant, see #11 for copy.

Margret Christine Kaiser

F, b. 23 March 1915, d. 6 April 1976
FatherAdolf Kaiser b. 17 Jun 1880, d. 17 Aug 1951
MotherCatherina Johanna Sophie Hämmerer b. 9 Dec 1880, d. 23 Nov 1964
     Margret Christine Kaiser was born on 23 March 1915 at Dortmund, Westphalia, Germany. She was christened on 30 March 1915 at Dortmund, Westphalia, Germany.1 She died on 6 April 1976 at Kamen, Germany, at age 61.2 She was buried on 9 April 1976 at Kamen, Germany.

Citations

  1. [S8] Unknown author, Born in St Mary's Hospital, Frankford Ave., Phila. PADeath Register of the City of Werl, County of Soest/Westphalia #171/1964He disappeared while fleeing the Russians either in 1945 or 1946Deathregister #127/1951 Werl/Kreis Soestdeath register #185/1969 Werl/GermanyProbsteikirche.
  2. [S9] Unknown author, Born in St Mary's Hospital, Frankford Ave., Phila. PADeath Register of the City of Werl, County of Soest/Westphalia #171/1964He disappeared while fleeing the Russians either in 1945 or 1946Deathregister #127/1951 Werl/Kreis Soestdeath register #185/1969 Werl/GermanyProbsteikirchelast lived at Schaeferstrasse 54.

Bernadina Catharina Dorothea Feldhaus

F, b. 24 October 1874, d. 13 December 1941
FatherHermann Anton Feldhaus b. 1 Nov 1842, d. 13 Jun 1912
MotherAnna Margarethe Hengemühle b. 28 Jan 1843, d. 20 Mar 1884
     Bernadina Catharina Dorothea Feldhaus was born on 21 October 1874 at Neuenbunnen, Oldenburg, Germany. She was baptized on 24 October 1874 at Löningen, Oldenburg, Germany. She was Housewife after 1905. She married Carl Maximilian Hämmerer, son of Carl Leopold Hämmerer and Maria Sophia Franziska Franke, on 18 September 1905 at Civil marriage reg 13, Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany. Her married name was Hämmerer. Bernadina Catharina Dorothea Feldhaus died on 13 December 1941 at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany, at age 67. She was buried after 13 December 1941 at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany.

Family

Carl Maximilian Hämmerer b. 23 Oct 1877, d. 31 Jan 1972
Children

Ludwig Bernhard Leopold Hämmerer

M, b. 30 September 1912, d. 22 December 1944
FatherCarl Maximilian Hämmerer b. 23 Oct 1877, d. 31 Jan 1972
MotherBernadina Catharina Dorothea Feldhaus b. 24 Oct 1874, d. 13 Dec 1941
     Ludwig Bernhard Leopold Hämmerer was born on 30 September 1912 at reg 140, Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany. He married Gertrud Seger, daughter of Peter Seger and Katharina Hermann, on 28 June 1943.1 Ludwig Bernhard Leopold Hämmerer died on 22 December 1944 at Western Front in WWII at age 32.

Family

Gertrud Seger b. 30 Nov 1919

Citations

  1. [S92] Unknown author, Born in St Mary's Hospital, Frankford Ave., Phila. PADeath Register of the City of Werl, County of Soest/Westphalia #171/1964He disappeared while fleeing the Russians either in 1945 or 1946Deathregister #127/1951 Werl/Kreis Soestdeath register #185/1969 Werl/GermanyProbsteikirchelast lived at Schaeferstrasse 54Last address was Goetzstrasse 4, 7109 Berlichingen/GermanyLast known address (1920) = 342 Hawthorne St, Kings (Brooklyn)I assume St James because that is where the family lived. He was educatedBirth date is CIR, Alphhausen appears on the Marriage Register to JohannaThis church has been closed and these records are at the ChanceryBirth date is guess he died at age 431st WWWitnesses: Joseph Barlage & Berhardine Marcus (nee Foet)Suddenly at 11:30AM on this day, (Mother,Moth-in-law,Oma,Sister-in-law,aunt)Funeral was held on Sat at 2:30PM from home at 97 Tannenberg-Allee and she wasCheck date. Traute says she died earlier.Altenaerstrasse 90, father was a Kaufman or businessman but in the navyAfter 2 weeks on board a freight trainElbing #40/1930Eschweiler #507/1968Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Eva Gross (nee Lips) & AugustEschweiler #650/1969Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Erna Gross (grandmother) &Died in the last British bombing attack on the cityDied of dyphteriaAssumed and taken from his marriage record of 1670 in Quebec Province atFrom records of Notre Dame de Liesse ChurchThis is an assumption based upon marriage records of the son in Quebec inBased upon assumptions of having her son born in 1831. His marriage record ofSee #631/1941 at Hameln for birth record#174/1968 WerlBaptized Lutheran in the Paulus Church in Werl; Inge & Lina Grabski were#17/1977Christus Church, Karin's father (divorced from mother in 1953) was one of theSt James parish, Baltimore, from records of the Poor School Sisters of NotreShe had a headache, got better after some fresh air, said the afternoonAt the cemetary of the Sisters of Notre Dame.St Agnes HospitalAppendixApparently St James Church as per letter from Baltimore Archdiocese ArchivistBaptized at St Jerome ParishApparently Gerard came to live with his sister Johanna and stayed in BaltimoreBirth date approximation based upon actual baptismal recordBaptised as Louis Dubay by Fr Benoit Duplein at Ste Famille, Isle OrleansAccording to the wife who wrote at the Cousin's meeting 10/18/92 at FriedaWitnesses: Wessel Tepe & Maria Christina KuperAutoaccident - was run over since he walked from a bar instead of driveWitnesses: Henrich Vogel & Catharina Gertrud TepeWitnesses: Anna Maria Vogel & Otto Henrich KuperWitnesses: Joanne Henrico Niehuesz & Petronella LandwehrWitnesses (Paten): Johan Henricus Grave & Maria Langfer (Joan henricus Vogel -Witnesses (Paten): Henrich Langfer & Lucia Lampe per copy of baptismal cert.This date may be incorrect & is from list of Franz Barlage (his wife has theBand 12, Yr 1829, Pg 22/24, #50 Witnesses: Joseph Simon, Theresia Vosssee #118see #119see #62see #63see #6see entry #52 for 1937 at the Muenster Diocesan Archivessee #63 in 1842 at Dio Archivessee #52#66see #54see #123see #25This is guesswork. St Martini shows him dying in 1823. It may be the father ofWitnesses were Eline Wienrich (nee Rumpf) & Robert Wienrich (Berlin/OberschoenDied of LeukemiaAachen #1008/1964Witnesses: Sacellanus Joseph Puhlmann & ASnna Gertrud SchadeLDS records show an 1874 marriage at St Marien RC church in Ahaus, WestfalenThe civil marriage was by the Kgl.Pr.Standesbeamt (Royal Prussian Civil BureauChurch wedding was on 10/22/46 in Essen?St Andreas in Crapendorf Reg #7 (see picture in History of Oldenburg)Marriage at St James as per marriage record. Witnesses were one HermanChurch wedding was on 5/22/1943 in the Liebfrauenkirche/DortmundMarried in Church as of 8/23/1974 Essen/OldenburgThe church wedding was on 8/29/1976 in Hengelage/Quakenbrueck8/9/63 civil marriage in Eschweiler/Germany; Church wedding 11/30/1963 in theRev J Bernard Derequeleyne married them at Notre Dame de Liesse Church#124/1964 Werl for marriage record, for copy see #11Religious ceremony was on 5/30/59The religious marriage was held a day later.

Aloys Hämmerer

M, b. 4 November 1910
FatherCarl Maximilian Hämmerer b. 23 Oct 1877, d. 31 Jan 1972
MotherBernadina Catharina Dorothea Feldhaus b. 24 Oct 1874, d. 13 Dec 1941
     Aloys Hämmerer was christened at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany. The address of Aloys Hämmerer was Lilienweg 39, 35578 Wiesbaden, Germany. He was Master Tailor. He was born on 4 November 1910 at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany. He married Ida Tellman on 1 September 1945 at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany.1

Family

Ida Tellman b. 4 Jun 1910, d. 4 Feb 1985
Children

Citations

  1. [S93] Unknown author, Born in St Mary's Hospital, Frankford Ave., Phila. PADeath Register of the City of Werl, County of Soest/Westphalia #171/1964He disappeared while fleeing the Russians either in 1945 or 1946Deathregister #127/1951 Werl/Kreis Soestdeath register #185/1969 Werl/GermanyProbsteikirchelast lived at Schaeferstrasse 54Last address was Goetzstrasse 4, 7109 Berlichingen/GermanyLast known address (1920) = 342 Hawthorne St, Kings (Brooklyn)I assume St James because that is where the family lived. He was educatedBirth date is CIR, Alphhausen appears on the Marriage Register to JohannaThis church has been closed and these records are at the ChanceryBirth date is guess he died at age 431st WWWitnesses: Joseph Barlage & Berhardine Marcus (nee Foet)Suddenly at 11:30AM on this day, (Mother,Moth-in-law,Oma,Sister-in-law,aunt)Funeral was held on Sat at 2:30PM from home at 97 Tannenberg-Allee and she wasCheck date. Traute says she died earlier.Altenaerstrasse 90, father was a Kaufman or businessman but in the navyAfter 2 weeks on board a freight trainElbing #40/1930Eschweiler #507/1968Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Eva Gross (nee Lips) & AugustEschweiler #650/1969Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Erna Gross (grandmother) &Died in the last British bombing attack on the cityDied of dyphteriaAssumed and taken from his marriage record of 1670 in Quebec Province atFrom records of Notre Dame de Liesse ChurchThis is an assumption based upon marriage records of the son in Quebec inBased upon assumptions of having her son born in 1831. His marriage record ofSee #631/1941 at Hameln for birth record#174/1968 WerlBaptized Lutheran in the Paulus Church in Werl; Inge & Lina Grabski were#17/1977Christus Church, Karin's father (divorced from mother in 1953) was one of theSt James parish, Baltimore, from records of the Poor School Sisters of NotreShe had a headache, got better after some fresh air, said the afternoonAt the cemetary of the Sisters of Notre Dame.St Agnes HospitalAppendixApparently St James Church as per letter from Baltimore Archdiocese ArchivistBaptized at St Jerome ParishApparently Gerard came to live with his sister Johanna and stayed in BaltimoreBirth date approximation based upon actual baptismal recordBaptised as Louis Dubay by Fr Benoit Duplein at Ste Famille, Isle OrleansAccording to the wife who wrote at the Cousin's meeting 10/18/92 at FriedaWitnesses: Wessel Tepe & Maria Christina KuperAutoaccident - was run over since he walked from a bar instead of driveWitnesses: Henrich Vogel & Catharina Gertrud TepeWitnesses: Anna Maria Vogel & Otto Henrich KuperWitnesses: Joanne Henrico Niehuesz & Petronella LandwehrWitnesses (Paten): Johan Henricus Grave & Maria Langfer (Joan henricus Vogel -Witnesses (Paten): Henrich Langfer & Lucia Lampe per copy of baptismal cert.This date may be incorrect & is from list of Franz Barlage (his wife has theBand 12, Yr 1829, Pg 22/24, #50 Witnesses: Joseph Simon, Theresia Vosssee #118see #119see #62see #63see #6see entry #52 for 1937 at the Muenster Diocesan Archivessee #63 in 1842 at Dio Archivessee #52#66see #54see #123see #25This is guesswork. St Martini shows him dying in 1823. It may be the father ofWitnesses were Eline Wienrich (nee Rumpf) & Robert Wienrich (Berlin/OberschoenDied of LeukemiaAachen #1008/1964Witnesses: Sacellanus Joseph Puhlmann & ASnna Gertrud SchadeLDS records show an 1874 marriage at St Marien RC church in Ahaus, WestfalenThe civil marriage was by the Kgl.Pr.Standesbeamt (Royal Prussian Civil BureauChurch wedding was on 10/22/46 in Essen?St Andreas in Crapendorf Reg #7 (see picture in History of Oldenburg)Marriage at St James as per marriage record. Witnesses were one HermanChurch wedding was on 5/22/1943 in the Liebfrauenkirche/DortmundMarried in Church as of 8/23/1974 Essen/OldenburgThe church wedding was on 8/29/1976 in Hengelage/Quakenbrueck8/9/63 civil marriage in Eschweiler/Germany; Church wedding 11/30/1963 in theRev J Bernard Derequeleyne married them at Notre Dame de Liesse Church#124/1964 Werl for marriage record, for copy see #11Religious ceremony was on 5/30/59The religious marriage was held a day laterThe date from Leo's notes are as . ./9/45, The Church wedding was on 6/12/46 in Lastrup.

Kaethe Abel

F, b. 6 February 1910, d. 15 October 1982
     Her married name was Hämmerer. Kaethe Abel was born on 6 February 1910 at Berlichingen, Germany. She married Alfons Hämmerer, son of Carl Maximilian Hämmerer and Bernadina Catharina Dorothea Feldhaus, in 1934. Kaethe Abel died on 15 October 1982 at Berlichingen, Germany, at age 72.1

Family

Alfons Hämmerer b. 25 Aug 1906, d. 15 Aug 1942
Children

Citations

  1. [S10] Unknown author, Born in St Mary's Hospital, Frankford Ave., Phila. PADeath Register of the City of Werl, County of Soest/Westphalia #171/1964He disappeared while fleeing the Russians either in 1945 or 1946Deathregister #127/1951 Werl/Kreis Soestdeath register #185/1969 Werl/GermanyProbsteikirchelast lived at Schaeferstrasse 54Last address was Goetzstrasse 4, 7109 Berlichingen/Germany.

Gertrud Seger

F, b. 30 November 1919
FatherPeter Seger b. 24 Jun 1883, d. 31 Aug 1951
MotherKatharina Hermann b. 13 Oct 1888, d. 25 Jun 1956
     Gertrud Seger was christened at Niederbreisig, Rheinland, Germany. She was Housewife. Her married name was Hämmerer. She was born on 30 November 1919 at Niederbreisig, Rheinland, Germany. She married Ludwig Bernhard Leopold Hämmerer, son of Carl Maximilian Hämmerer and Bernadina Catharina Dorothea Feldhaus, on 28 June 1943.1 As of 1946, the address of Gertrud Seger was Achterort 20, 49632 Essen/Oldenburg, Germany. She married Carl Friedrich Hämmerer, son of Carl Maximilian Hämmerer and Bernadina Catharina Dorothea Feldhaus, on 21 October 1946 at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany.2 Gertrud Seger witnessed the address of Carl Otto Hämmerer in 1975 at Achterort 20, 49632 Essen/Oldenburg, Germany; They live with his mother. I think since they got married.

Family 1

Ludwig Bernhard Leopold Hämmerer b. 30 Sep 1912, d. 22 Dec 1944

Family 2

Carl Friedrich Hämmerer b. 25 Dec 1907, d. 14 Jan 1982
Children

Citations

  1. [S92] Unknown author, Born in St Mary's Hospital, Frankford Ave., Phila. PADeath Register of the City of Werl, County of Soest/Westphalia #171/1964He disappeared while fleeing the Russians either in 1945 or 1946Deathregister #127/1951 Werl/Kreis Soestdeath register #185/1969 Werl/GermanyProbsteikirchelast lived at Schaeferstrasse 54Last address was Goetzstrasse 4, 7109 Berlichingen/GermanyLast known address (1920) = 342 Hawthorne St, Kings (Brooklyn)I assume St James because that is where the family lived. He was educatedBirth date is CIR, Alphhausen appears on the Marriage Register to JohannaThis church has been closed and these records are at the ChanceryBirth date is guess he died at age 431st WWWitnesses: Joseph Barlage & Berhardine Marcus (nee Foet)Suddenly at 11:30AM on this day, (Mother,Moth-in-law,Oma,Sister-in-law,aunt)Funeral was held on Sat at 2:30PM from home at 97 Tannenberg-Allee and she wasCheck date. Traute says she died earlier.Altenaerstrasse 90, father was a Kaufman or businessman but in the navyAfter 2 weeks on board a freight trainElbing #40/1930Eschweiler #507/1968Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Eva Gross (nee Lips) & AugustEschweiler #650/1969Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Erna Gross (grandmother) &Died in the last British bombing attack on the cityDied of dyphteriaAssumed and taken from his marriage record of 1670 in Quebec Province atFrom records of Notre Dame de Liesse ChurchThis is an assumption based upon marriage records of the son in Quebec inBased upon assumptions of having her son born in 1831. His marriage record ofSee #631/1941 at Hameln for birth record#174/1968 WerlBaptized Lutheran in the Paulus Church in Werl; Inge & Lina Grabski were#17/1977Christus Church, Karin's father (divorced from mother in 1953) was one of theSt James parish, Baltimore, from records of the Poor School Sisters of NotreShe had a headache, got better after some fresh air, said the afternoonAt the cemetary of the Sisters of Notre Dame.St Agnes HospitalAppendixApparently St James Church as per letter from Baltimore Archdiocese ArchivistBaptized at St Jerome ParishApparently Gerard came to live with his sister Johanna and stayed in BaltimoreBirth date approximation based upon actual baptismal recordBaptised as Louis Dubay by Fr Benoit Duplein at Ste Famille, Isle OrleansAccording to the wife who wrote at the Cousin's meeting 10/18/92 at FriedaWitnesses: Wessel Tepe & Maria Christina KuperAutoaccident - was run over since he walked from a bar instead of driveWitnesses: Henrich Vogel & Catharina Gertrud TepeWitnesses: Anna Maria Vogel & Otto Henrich KuperWitnesses: Joanne Henrico Niehuesz & Petronella LandwehrWitnesses (Paten): Johan Henricus Grave & Maria Langfer (Joan henricus Vogel -Witnesses (Paten): Henrich Langfer & Lucia Lampe per copy of baptismal cert.This date may be incorrect & is from list of Franz Barlage (his wife has theBand 12, Yr 1829, Pg 22/24, #50 Witnesses: Joseph Simon, Theresia Vosssee #118see #119see #62see #63see #6see entry #52 for 1937 at the Muenster Diocesan Archivessee #63 in 1842 at Dio Archivessee #52#66see #54see #123see #25This is guesswork. St Martini shows him dying in 1823. It may be the father ofWitnesses were Eline Wienrich (nee Rumpf) & Robert Wienrich (Berlin/OberschoenDied of LeukemiaAachen #1008/1964Witnesses: Sacellanus Joseph Puhlmann & ASnna Gertrud SchadeLDS records show an 1874 marriage at St Marien RC church in Ahaus, WestfalenThe civil marriage was by the Kgl.Pr.Standesbeamt (Royal Prussian Civil BureauChurch wedding was on 10/22/46 in Essen?St Andreas in Crapendorf Reg #7 (see picture in History of Oldenburg)Marriage at St James as per marriage record. Witnesses were one HermanChurch wedding was on 5/22/1943 in the Liebfrauenkirche/DortmundMarried in Church as of 8/23/1974 Essen/OldenburgThe church wedding was on 8/29/1976 in Hengelage/Quakenbrueck8/9/63 civil marriage in Eschweiler/Germany; Church wedding 11/30/1963 in theRev J Bernard Derequeleyne married them at Notre Dame de Liesse Church#124/1964 Werl for marriage record, for copy see #11Religious ceremony was on 5/30/59The religious marriage was held a day later.
  2. [S82] Unknown author, Born in St Mary's Hospital, Frankford Ave., Phila. PADeath Register of the City of Werl, County of Soest/Westphalia #171/1964He disappeared while fleeing the Russians either in 1945 or 1946Deathregister #127/1951 Werl/Kreis Soestdeath register #185/1969 Werl/GermanyProbsteikirchelast lived at Schaeferstrasse 54Last address was Goetzstrasse 4, 7109 Berlichingen/GermanyLast known address (1920) = 342 Hawthorne St, Kings (Brooklyn)I assume St James because that is where the family lived. He was educatedBirth date is CIR, Alphhausen appears on the Marriage Register to JohannaThis church has been closed and these records are at the ChanceryBirth date is guess he died at age 431st WWWitnesses: Joseph Barlage & Berhardine Marcus (nee Foet)Suddenly at 11:30AM on this day, (Mother,Moth-in-law,Oma,Sister-in-law,aunt)Funeral was held on Sat at 2:30PM from home at 97 Tannenberg-Allee and she wasCheck date. Traute says she died earlier.Altenaerstrasse 90, father was a Kaufman or businessman but in the navyAfter 2 weeks on board a freight trainElbing #40/1930Eschweiler #507/1968Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Eva Gross (nee Lips) & AugustEschweiler #650/1969Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Erna Gross (grandmother) &Died in the last British bombing attack on the cityDied of dyphteriaAssumed and taken from his marriage record of 1670 in Quebec Province atFrom records of Notre Dame de Liesse ChurchThis is an assumption based upon marriage records of the son in Quebec inBased upon assumptions of having her son born in 1831. His marriage record ofSee #631/1941 at Hameln for birth record#174/1968 WerlBaptized Lutheran in the Paulus Church in Werl; Inge & Lina Grabski were#17/1977Christus Church, Karin's father (divorced from mother in 1953) was one of theSt James parish, Baltimore, from records of the Poor School Sisters of NotreShe had a headache, got better after some fresh air, said the afternoonAt the cemetary of the Sisters of Notre Dame.St Agnes HospitalAppendixApparently St James Church as per letter from Baltimore Archdiocese ArchivistBaptized at St Jerome ParishApparently Gerard came to live with his sister Johanna and stayed in BaltimoreBirth date approximation based upon actual baptismal recordBaptised as Louis Dubay by Fr Benoit Duplein at Ste Famille, Isle OrleansAccording to the wife who wrote at the Cousin's meeting 10/18/92 at FriedaWitnesses: Wessel Tepe & Maria Christina KuperAutoaccident - was run over since he walked from a bar instead of driveWitnesses: Henrich Vogel & Catharina Gertrud TepeWitnesses: Anna Maria Vogel & Otto Henrich KuperWitnesses: Joanne Henrico Niehuesz & Petronella LandwehrWitnesses (Paten): Johan Henricus Grave & Maria Langfer (Joan henricus Vogel -Witnesses (Paten): Henrich Langfer & Lucia Lampe per copy of baptismal cert.This date may be incorrect & is from list of Franz Barlage (his wife has theBand 12, Yr 1829, Pg 22/24, #50 Witnesses: Joseph Simon, Theresia Vosssee #118see #119see #62see #63see #6see entry #52 for 1937 at the Muenster Diocesan Archivessee #63 in 1842 at Dio Archivessee #52#66see #54see #123see #25This is guesswork. St Martini shows him dying in 1823. It may be the father ofWitnesses were Eline Wienrich (nee Rumpf) & Robert Wienrich (Berlin/OberschoenDied of LeukemiaAachen #1008/1964Witnesses: Sacellanus Joseph Puhlmann & ASnna Gertrud SchadeLDS records show an 1874 marriage at St Marien RC church in Ahaus, WestfalenThe civil marriage was by the Kgl.Pr.Standesbeamt (Royal Prussian Civil BureauChurch wedding was on 10/22/46 in Essen?

Leo Carl Hämmerer

M, b. 16 November 1947
FatherCarl Friedrich Hämmerer b. 25 Dec 1907, d. 14 Jan 1982
MotherGertrud Seger b. 30 Nov 1919
     Leo Carl Hämmerer was baptized at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany. He was born on 16 November 1947 at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany. He was Postal Carrier on 1 April 1963. As of 1977, the address of Leo Carl Hämmerer and Renate Hildegard Hanneken was Schulstrasse 5, 49632 Essen/Oldenburg, Germany; Leo & Renate have lived here since their marriage. It is the home of her parents. Mom is listed as a witness and lives downstairs. Leo Carl Hämmerer married Renate Hildegard Hanneken, daughter of Friedrich August Hanneken and Berta Franziska kleine-Sextro, on 18 May 1977 at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany.

Family

Renate Hildegard Hanneken b. 5 Feb 1950
Children

Carl Otto Hämmerer

M, b. 25 June 1952
FatherCarl Friedrich Hämmerer b. 25 Dec 1907, d. 14 Jan 1982
MotherGertrud Seger b. 30 Nov 1919
     Carl Otto Hämmerer was christened at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany. He was Decorator. He was born on 25 June 1952 at Krankenhaus, Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany. As of 1975, the address of Carl Otto Hämmerer was Achterort 20, 49632 Essen/Oldenburg, Germany; They live with his mother. I think since they got married. He married Elisabeth Annegret Hermine Brokhage on 21 August 1975 at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany.1 Carl Otto Hämmerer witnessed the baptism of Katharina Hämmerer in July 1980 at St Bartholomäus, Essen, Cloppenburg, Niedersachsen, DEU; Katharina tells me that she was in the hospital for a while before she was baptized.2

Family

Elisabeth Annegret Hermine Brokhage b. 16 Mar 1955
Children

Citations

  1. [S87] Unknown author, Born in St Mary's Hospital, Frankford Ave., Phila. PADeath Register of the City of Werl, County of Soest/Westphalia #171/1964He disappeared while fleeing the Russians either in 1945 or 1946Deathregister #127/1951 Werl/Kreis Soestdeath register #185/1969 Werl/GermanyProbsteikirchelast lived at Schaeferstrasse 54Last address was Goetzstrasse 4, 7109 Berlichingen/GermanyLast known address (1920) = 342 Hawthorne St, Kings (Brooklyn)I assume St James because that is where the family lived. He was educatedBirth date is CIR, Alphhausen appears on the Marriage Register to JohannaThis church has been closed and these records are at the ChanceryBirth date is guess he died at age 431st WWWitnesses: Joseph Barlage & Berhardine Marcus (nee Foet)Suddenly at 11:30AM on this day, (Mother,Moth-in-law,Oma,Sister-in-law,aunt)Funeral was held on Sat at 2:30PM from home at 97 Tannenberg-Allee and she wasCheck date. Traute says she died earlier.Altenaerstrasse 90, father was a Kaufman or businessman but in the navyAfter 2 weeks on board a freight trainElbing #40/1930Eschweiler #507/1968Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Eva Gross (nee Lips) & AugustEschweiler #650/1969Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Erna Gross (grandmother) &Died in the last British bombing attack on the cityDied of dyphteriaAssumed and taken from his marriage record of 1670 in Quebec Province atFrom records of Notre Dame de Liesse ChurchThis is an assumption based upon marriage records of the son in Quebec inBased upon assumptions of having her son born in 1831. His marriage record ofSee #631/1941 at Hameln for birth record#174/1968 WerlBaptized Lutheran in the Paulus Church in Werl; Inge & Lina Grabski were#17/1977Christus Church, Karin's father (divorced from mother in 1953) was one of theSt James parish, Baltimore, from records of the Poor School Sisters of NotreShe had a headache, got better after some fresh air, said the afternoonAt the cemetary of the Sisters of Notre Dame.St Agnes HospitalAppendixApparently St James Church as per letter from Baltimore Archdiocese ArchivistBaptized at St Jerome ParishApparently Gerard came to live with his sister Johanna and stayed in BaltimoreBirth date approximation based upon actual baptismal recordBaptised as Louis Dubay by Fr Benoit Duplein at Ste Famille, Isle OrleansAccording to the wife who wrote at the Cousin's meeting 10/18/92 at FriedaWitnesses: Wessel Tepe & Maria Christina KuperAutoaccident - was run over since he walked from a bar instead of driveWitnesses: Henrich Vogel & Catharina Gertrud TepeWitnesses: Anna Maria Vogel & Otto Henrich KuperWitnesses: Joanne Henrico Niehuesz & Petronella LandwehrWitnesses (Paten): Johan Henricus Grave & Maria Langfer (Joan henricus Vogel -Witnesses (Paten): Henrich Langfer & Lucia Lampe per copy of baptismal cert.This date may be incorrect & is from list of Franz Barlage (his wife has theBand 12, Yr 1829, Pg 22/24, #50 Witnesses: Joseph Simon, Theresia Vosssee #118see #119see #62see #63see #6see entry #52 for 1937 at the Muenster Diocesan Archivessee #63 in 1842 at Dio Archivessee #52#66see #54see #123see #25This is guesswork. St Martini shows him dying in 1823. It may be the father ofWitnesses were Eline Wienrich (nee Rumpf) & Robert Wienrich (Berlin/OberschoenDied of LeukemiaAachen #1008/1964Witnesses: Sacellanus Joseph Puhlmann & ASnna Gertrud SchadeLDS records show an 1874 marriage at St Marien RC church in Ahaus, WestfalenThe civil marriage was by the Kgl.Pr.Standesbeamt (Royal Prussian Civil BureauChurch wedding was on 10/22/46 in Essen?St Andreas in Crapendorf Reg #7 (see picture in History of Oldenburg)Marriage at St James as per marriage record. Witnesses were one HermanChurch wedding was on 5/22/1943 in the Liebfrauenkirche/DortmundMarried in Church as of 8/23/1974 Essen/OldenburgThe church wedding was on 8/29/1976 in Hengelage/Quakenbrueck.
  2. [S138] Interview, unknown informant, 8/11/97, Baptism.

Peter Aloys Hämmerer

M, b. 21 September 1950
FatherCarl Friedrich Hämmerer b. 25 Dec 1907, d. 14 Jan 1982
MotherGertrud Seger b. 30 Nov 1919
     The address of Peter Aloys Hämmerer was Nadamer Strasse 5, 49632 Essen/Oldenburg, Germany. He was born on 21 September 1950 at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany. He was He learned the painter's trade for three years. This is approximate between 1966 and 1969 at Ungruh Malerei, Besten, Osnabrück.1 He married Carola Clementine Kenkel, daughter of Otto Kenkel and Paula Biestmann, on 5 April 1973 at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany.2 Peter Aloys Hämmerer was Nurse/anesthesiology, Katharina isn't sure when he got into this business in 1974 at Christliches Krankenhaus, Quakenbrück, Osnabrück.1

Family

Carola Clementine Kenkel b. 14 Feb 1953
Child

Citations

  1. [S138] Interview, unknown informant, 8/11/97.
  2. [S86] Unknown author, Born in St Mary's Hospital, Frankford Ave., Phila. PADeath Register of the City of Werl, County of Soest/Westphalia #171/1964He disappeared while fleeing the Russians either in 1945 or 1946Deathregister #127/1951 Werl/Kreis Soestdeath register #185/1969 Werl/GermanyProbsteikirchelast lived at Schaeferstrasse 54Last address was Goetzstrasse 4, 7109 Berlichingen/GermanyLast known address (1920) = 342 Hawthorne St, Kings (Brooklyn)I assume St James because that is where the family lived. He was educatedBirth date is CIR, Alphhausen appears on the Marriage Register to JohannaThis church has been closed and these records are at the ChanceryBirth date is guess he died at age 431st WWWitnesses: Joseph Barlage & Berhardine Marcus (nee Foet)Suddenly at 11:30AM on this day, (Mother,Moth-in-law,Oma,Sister-in-law,aunt)Funeral was held on Sat at 2:30PM from home at 97 Tannenberg-Allee and she wasCheck date. Traute says she died earlier.Altenaerstrasse 90, father was a Kaufman or businessman but in the navyAfter 2 weeks on board a freight trainElbing #40/1930Eschweiler #507/1968Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Eva Gross (nee Lips) & AugustEschweiler #650/1969Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Erna Gross (grandmother) &Died in the last British bombing attack on the cityDied of dyphteriaAssumed and taken from his marriage record of 1670 in Quebec Province atFrom records of Notre Dame de Liesse ChurchThis is an assumption based upon marriage records of the son in Quebec inBased upon assumptions of having her son born in 1831. His marriage record ofSee #631/1941 at Hameln for birth record#174/1968 WerlBaptized Lutheran in the Paulus Church in Werl; Inge & Lina Grabski were#17/1977Christus Church, Karin's father (divorced from mother in 1953) was one of theSt James parish, Baltimore, from records of the Poor School Sisters of NotreShe had a headache, got better after some fresh air, said the afternoonAt the cemetary of the Sisters of Notre Dame.St Agnes HospitalAppendixApparently St James Church as per letter from Baltimore Archdiocese ArchivistBaptized at St Jerome ParishApparently Gerard came to live with his sister Johanna and stayed in BaltimoreBirth date approximation based upon actual baptismal recordBaptised as Louis Dubay by Fr Benoit Duplein at Ste Famille, Isle OrleansAccording to the wife who wrote at the Cousin's meeting 10/18/92 at FriedaWitnesses: Wessel Tepe & Maria Christina KuperAutoaccident - was run over since he walked from a bar instead of driveWitnesses: Henrich Vogel & Catharina Gertrud TepeWitnesses: Anna Maria Vogel & Otto Henrich KuperWitnesses: Joanne Henrico Niehuesz & Petronella LandwehrWitnesses (Paten): Johan Henricus Grave & Maria Langfer (Joan henricus Vogel -Witnesses (Paten): Henrich Langfer & Lucia Lampe per copy of baptismal cert.This date may be incorrect & is from list of Franz Barlage (his wife has theBand 12, Yr 1829, Pg 22/24, #50 Witnesses: Joseph Simon, Theresia Vosssee #118see #119see #62see #63see #6see entry #52 for 1937 at the Muenster Diocesan Archivessee #63 in 1842 at Dio Archivessee #52#66see #54see #123see #25This is guesswork. St Martini shows him dying in 1823. It may be the father ofWitnesses were Eline Wienrich (nee Rumpf) & Robert Wienrich (Berlin/OberschoenDied of LeukemiaAachen #1008/1964Witnesses: Sacellanus Joseph Puhlmann & ASnna Gertrud SchadeLDS records show an 1874 marriage at St Marien RC church in Ahaus, WestfalenThe civil marriage was by the Kgl.Pr.Standesbeamt (Royal Prussian Civil BureauChurch wedding was on 10/22/46 in Essen?St Andreas in Crapendorf Reg #7 (see picture in History of Oldenburg)Marriage at St James as per marriage record. Witnesses were one HermanChurch wedding was on 5/22/1943 in the Liebfrauenkirche/DortmundMarried in Church as of 8/23/1974 Essen/Oldenburg.

Ida Tellman

F, b. 4 June 1910, d. 4 February 1985
     Her married name was Hämmerer. Ida Tellman was born on 4 June 1910 at Hamstrup, Oldenburg, Germany. She married Aloys Hämmerer, son of Carl Maximilian Hämmerer and Bernadina Catharina Dorothea Feldhaus, on 1 September 1945 at Essen, Cloppenburg, Oldenburg, Germany.1 Ida Tellman died on 4 February 1985 at Wiesbaden, Germany, at age 74.

Family

Aloys Hämmerer b. 4 Nov 1910
Children

Citations

  1. [S93] Unknown author, Born in St Mary's Hospital, Frankford Ave., Phila. PADeath Register of the City of Werl, County of Soest/Westphalia #171/1964He disappeared while fleeing the Russians either in 1945 or 1946Deathregister #127/1951 Werl/Kreis Soestdeath register #185/1969 Werl/GermanyProbsteikirchelast lived at Schaeferstrasse 54Last address was Goetzstrasse 4, 7109 Berlichingen/GermanyLast known address (1920) = 342 Hawthorne St, Kings (Brooklyn)I assume St James because that is where the family lived. He was educatedBirth date is CIR, Alphhausen appears on the Marriage Register to JohannaThis church has been closed and these records are at the ChanceryBirth date is guess he died at age 431st WWWitnesses: Joseph Barlage & Berhardine Marcus (nee Foet)Suddenly at 11:30AM on this day, (Mother,Moth-in-law,Oma,Sister-in-law,aunt)Funeral was held on Sat at 2:30PM from home at 97 Tannenberg-Allee and she wasCheck date. Traute says she died earlier.Altenaerstrasse 90, father was a Kaufman or businessman but in the navyAfter 2 weeks on board a freight trainElbing #40/1930Eschweiler #507/1968Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Eva Gross (nee Lips) & AugustEschweiler #650/1969Drei Einigkeits Kirche zu Eschweiler. Witnesses: Erna Gross (grandmother) &Died in the last British bombing attack on the cityDied of dyphteriaAssumed and taken from his marriage record of 1670 in Quebec Province atFrom records of Notre Dame de Liesse ChurchThis is an assumption based upon marriage records of the son in Quebec inBased upon assumptions of having her son born in 1831. His marriage record ofSee #631/1941 at Hameln for birth record#174/1968 WerlBaptized Lutheran in the Paulus Church in Werl; Inge & Lina Grabski were#17/1977Christus Church, Karin's father (divorced from mother in 1953) was one of theSt James parish, Baltimore, from records of the Poor School Sisters of NotreShe had a headache, got better after some fresh air, said the afternoonAt the cemetary of the Sisters of Notre Dame.St Agnes HospitalAppendixApparently St James Church as per letter from Baltimore Archdiocese ArchivistBaptized at St Jerome ParishApparently Gerard came to live with his sister Johanna and stayed in BaltimoreBirth date approximation based upon actual baptismal recordBaptised as Louis Dubay by Fr Benoit Duplein at Ste Famille, Isle OrleansAccording to the wife who wrote at the Cousin's meeting 10/18/92 at FriedaWitnesses: Wessel Tepe & Maria Christina KuperAutoaccident - was run over since he walked from a bar instead of driveWitnesses: Henrich Vogel & Catharina Gertrud TepeWitnesses: Anna Maria Vogel & Otto Henrich KuperWitnesses: Joanne Henrico Niehuesz & Petronella LandwehrWitnesses (Paten): Johan Henricus Grave & Maria Langfer (Joan henricus Vogel -Witnesses (Paten): Henrich Langfer & Lucia Lampe per copy of baptismal cert.This date may be incorrect & is from list of Franz Barlage (his wife has theBand 12, Yr 1829, Pg 22/24, #50 Witnesses: Joseph Simon, Theresia Vosssee #118see #119see #62see #63see #6see entry #52 for 1937 at the Muenster Diocesan Archivessee #63 in 1842 at Dio Archivessee #52#66see #54see #123see #25This is guesswork. St Martini shows him dying in 1823. It may be the father ofWitnesses were Eline Wienrich (nee Rumpf) & Robert Wienrich (Berlin/OberschoenDied of LeukemiaAachen #1008/1964Witnesses: Sacellanus Joseph Puhlmann & ASnna Gertrud SchadeLDS records show an 1874 marriage at St Marien RC church in Ahaus, WestfalenThe civil marriage was by the Kgl.Pr.Standesbeamt (Royal Prussian Civil BureauChurch wedding was on 10/22/46 in Essen?St Andreas in Crapendorf Reg #7 (see picture in History of Oldenburg)Marriage at St James as per marriage record. Witnesses were one HermanChurch wedding was on 5/22/1943 in the Liebfrauenkirche/DortmundMarried in Church as of 8/23/1974 Essen/OldenburgThe church wedding was on 8/29/1976 in Hengelage/Quakenbrueck8/9/63 civil marriage in Eschweiler/Germany; Church wedding 11/30/1963 in theRev J Bernard Derequeleyne married them at Notre Dame de Liesse Church#124/1964 Werl for marriage record, for copy see #11Religious ceremony was on 5/30/59The religious marriage was held a day laterThe date from Leo's notes are as . ./9/45, The Church wedding was on 6/12/46 in Lastrup.